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Glass Works Auctions

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The ‘Big Spring’ Potpourri Auction Part 2

Closes April 30th, 2018 @ 10PM

Opens for bidding April 23rd


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(Minimum Bid) (Estimated Value)

1.  BUST OF WASHINGTON - EAGLE, (GI-26), possibly Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1825 - 1835, aqua quart, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some spotty content haze and light high point wear. Steve Benko Collection.

($90.00)         ($150.00  -275.00)

 

2.  “WASHINGTON” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “JACKSON” / BUST OF JACKSON, (GI-33), Coventry Glass Works, Coventry Connecticut, ca. 1825 - 1835, yellowish amber with olive tone pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Great example, better than normal impression. Steve Benko Collection.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

3.  “WASHINGTON” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “JACKSON” / BUST OF JACKSON, (GI-34), Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, Connecticut, ca. 1825 - 1835, yellowish ‘old’ amber half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect. Good impression, plenty of seed bubbles.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

4.  “THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS”, (GI-41), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 -1855, aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect. A bright, clean flask and with almost no trace of wear.

($40.00)         ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

5.  “THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “A LITTLE MORE GRAPE CAPTAIN BRAGG”, (GI-42), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 - 1855, aqua quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. About perfect, (some minor milky interior base stain), crisp impression and no trace of wear.

($40.00)         ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

6.  BUST OF WASHINGTON - BUST OF TAYLOR, (GI-53), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 - 1855, pale aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some very slight high point wear is on both cheeks.

($50.00)         ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

7.  BUST OF WASHINGTON - BUST OF TAYLOR, (GI-55), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 - 1855, light apple green pint, open pontil has a tiny in making pontil chip at the edge of the base, applied tapered collar mouth. Nice example, bold impression, no trace of wear and in a rare color!

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

8.  (Lot of 2) “THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS PHILAD.A / GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS” / BUST OF TAYLOR, and a “THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “A LITTLE MORE GRAPE CAPT. BRAGG” / BUST OF TAYLOR, (GI-37 & 42), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 -1855, aqua quart and pint, pontil scarred and smooth bases, sheared and tooled lip and applied mouth. The GI-37 has a tiny chip off the outer edge of the lip.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

9.  (Lot of 2) “THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS PHILAD.A / GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS” / BUST OF TAYLOR, and a BUST OF WASHINGTON - BUST OF TAYLOR, (GI-37 & 54), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 -1855, aqua quarts, pontil scarred bases, sheared and tooled lips. The GI-54 flask has a good amount of external stain and scratches. The marked Dyottville flask is in excellent overall condition having only a few spots of wear.

($80.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

10.  (Lot of 2) “THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS PHILAD.A / GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS” / BUST OF TAYLOR, and a “THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY” / BUST OF WASHINGTON - “A LITTLE MORE GRAPE CAPTAIN BRAGG” / BUST OF TAYLOR, (GI-38 & 42), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 - 1855, aqua pint and quart, smooth bases, applied mouths. The quart has a few spots of interior milky stain, otherwise both are perfect.

($80.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

11.  “JENY LIND” / BUST OF JENNY LIND - “GLASS WORKS” / GLASS FACTORY / “S. HUFFSEY”, (GI-99), Samuel Huffsey, Isabella Glass Works, New Brooklyn, New Jersey, ca. 1855 - 1860, aqua calabash, open pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, crude pebbly glass.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

12.  “JENNY LIND” / BUST OF JENNY LIND - “GLASS WORKS” / GLASS FACTORY / “S. HUFFSEY”, (GI-99), Isabella Glass Works, New Brooklyn, New Jersey, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua calabash, open pontil has an in-making pontil chip, applied tapered collar mouth. About perfect, (some very light high point wear).

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

13.  “LOUIS KOSSUTH” / BUST OF KOSSUTH - FRIGATE / “U.S. STEAM FRIGATE / MISSISSIPPI / S. HUFFSEY”, (GI-112), American, ca. 1855 - 1876, aqua calabash, “PH DOFLEIN MOULD MAKER NTH. 5T ST. 84” on iron pontiled base, applied tapered collar mouth. A 3/8” by 1/4” ‘U’ shaped chip off the side of the lip has a 1/4” vertical crack.

($40.00)      ($70.00 - 100.00)

 

14.  CLASSICAL BUST Flask, (GI-114), New England, ca. 1825 - 1835, yellow amber half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Great impression, plenty of seed bubbles and no trace of wear. One of the nicer ones.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

15.  EAGLE - “RAVENNA” / ANCHOR / “GLASS / COMPANY”, (GII-37), Ravenna Glass Works, Ravenna, Ohio, ca. 1850 - 1860, bluish aqua pint, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. A tiny spot of roughness is on the edge of the base, otherwise perfect.

($80.00)      ($140.00 -180.00)

 

16.  EAGLE - TREE, (GII-41), Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1825 - 1835, aqua pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. An area of wear is on the roots of the tree, otherwise in excellent overall condition.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

17.  “COFFIN & HAY.” / FURLED FLAG / “HAMMONTON” - EAGLE, (GII-48), Coffin & Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, New Jersey, ca. 1825 - 1835, aqua quart, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A pinhead in size flake is off the top edge of the lip, a surface bubble on a medial rib has a partial opening to its outer glass. Also some high point wear. Steve Benko Collection.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

18.  EAGLE - FURLED FLAG / “FOR OUR COUNTRY”, (GII-54), Coffin & Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, New Jersey, ca. 1825 - 1835, aqua pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A good amount of milky internal stain, but no form of damage.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

19.  EAGLE - FURLED FLAG / “FOR OUR COUNTRY”, (GII-54), Coffin & Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, New Jersey, ca. 1825 - 1835, aqua pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A good amount of wear exists on the flag, but no form of damage.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

20.  “LIBERTY” / EAGLE - “WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN.”, (GII-63), Willington Glass Works, West Willington, Connecticut, ca. 1855 - 1870, olive amber half-pint, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. Some light inside stain or dried contents. Plenty of seed bubbles.

($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

21.  EAGLE - EAGLE, (GII-84), probably Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, New Hampshire, ca. 1850 - 1860, medium yellowish amber pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect.

($70.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

22.  EAGLE - EAGLE, (GII-84), probably Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, New Hampshire, ca. 1850 - 1860, medium olive green pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect, (some high point wear). Numerous seed bubbles, scarce pure green color!

($70.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

23.  (Lot of 2) EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA and an EAGLE - EAGLE, (GII-72 & 86), New England, ca. 1825 - 1855, shades of yellowish ‘old’ amber pint and half-pint, open pontils, sheared and tooled lips. The Eagle - Cornucopia flask has a 1/8” chip off the medial rib at the base and some high point wear. The Eagle - Eagle flask has an in making 3/8” fire polished chip off the side of the lip, also a tiny edge of base flake. Steve Benko Collection.

($60.00)      ($120.00 - 180.00)

 

24.  (Lot of 3) EAGLE - EAGLE Flasks, (GII-93 & 95), Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1870, aqua pint and (2) half-pints, smooth bases, applied mouths. The pint has some milky inside stain near the base, otherwise all three are in perfect condition.

($100.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

25.  (Lot of 2) EAGLE / “PITTSBURGH / PA.” - EAGLE and an EAGLE - EAGLE Flask, (GII-91 & 102), Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1875, shades of aqua quarts, smooth bases, applied ring mouths. The GII-91 has a 1” long edge of base crack. Steve Benko Collection.

($80.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

26.  EAGLE - EAGLE, (GII-128), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, aqua half-pint, smooth base, applied ring mouth. A pinhead in size flake is of the edge of the lip. Rated as being rare!

($40.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

27.  EAGLE IN FLIGHT, (GII-138a), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, yellowish amber pint, smooth base, tooled mouth. About perfect, unlisted pint size. Steve Benko Collection.

($80.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

28.  EAGLE WITH BANNER / FLAG / “CONTINENTIAL” - INDIAN SHOOTING A BIRD / “CUNNINGHAMS & CO / PITTSBURGH PA.”, GII-142), Cunningham Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1870, aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off the outer edge of the lip. Also some of the lower embossing is weak, but legible.

($50.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

29.  EAGLE WITH BANNER - (reverse is plain), (GII-143), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, lime green calabash, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A few light scratches are on the reverse of the embossing. Great impression! Great color!

($150.00)      ($275.00  -450.00)

 

30.  EAGLE WITH BANNER - (reverse is plain), (GII-143), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua calabash, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. Usually found in a nice lime green and probably scarce in aqua.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

31.  (Lot of 2) EAGLE - EAGLE, and a EAGLE AND WREATH, Flask, (GII-125 & 126), probably Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1870, aqua half pints, smooth bases, applied ring mouths. The GII-125 flask has some spotty inside stain and a tiny edge of base chip.

($100.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

32.  (Lot of 4), EAGLE / “PITTSBURGH / PA.” - EAGLE Flasks, (GII-103, 105, & 109), Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1875, shades of aqua quart, pint and (2) half-pints, smooth bases, applied mouths. One of the half-pint flasks has been cleaned, but retains some tiny ground imperfections. The other half-pint has some light milky inside stain.

($120.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

33.  CORNUCOPIA - URN, (GIII-7), Keene Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, ca. 1825 - 1835, olive green half-pint, open pontil, rough sheared and tooled lip. A faint 1/4” ‘rainbow’ type bruise is on the inside edge of the lip. Do to the nature of the rough sheared and finished lip, that even has an additional piece of glass adhered to it, this bruise almost certainly occurred in the making.

($40.00)      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

34.  CORNUCOPIA - URN, (GIII-7), Keene Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, ca. 1825 - 1835, yellowish olive amber half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition, almost no trace of wear.

($50.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

35.  CORNUCOPIA / URN, (GIII-7), Keene Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, ca. 1825 - 1835, medium olive amber half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some slight high point wear, but no damage.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -140.00)

 

36.  CORNUCOPIA - URN, (GIII-7), Keene Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, ca. 1825 - 1835, olive green half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some slight high point wear.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

37.  (Lot of 2) CORNUCOPIA - URN Flasks, (GIII-4 & 7), New England, ca. 1825 - 1835, yellowish ‘old’ amber half-pint and olive green pint, open pontils, sheared and tooled lips. The pint has a tiny flake off a medial rib at the base. Both have high point wear and scratches. ($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

38.  EAGLE / “IP” - MASONIC ARCH, (GIV-1), Keene Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, ca. 1815 - 1825, light to medium blue green pint, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled lip. Some light milky inside stain, otherwise perfect.

($200.00)      ($350.00 - 450.00)

 

39.  FRIGATE “FRANKLIN / FREE TRADE AND - SAILORS RIGHTS” - MASONIC ARCH / “KENSINGTON GLASS - WORKS PHILADELPHIA”, (GIV-34), Kensington, Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1825 - 1835, bluish aqua pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some light inside stain and high point wear, mostly on the Frigate side. A well embossed flask.

($180.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

40.  SEEING EYE INSIDE A SIX POINTED STAR / “A D” - BENT ARE INSIDE A SIX POINTED STAR / “GRJA”, (GIV-43), possibly Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, New Hampshire, ca. 1845 - 1855, yellowish ‘old’ amber pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition, lots of air bubbles, almost no trace of wear.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

41.  STAR OF DAVID with SEEING EYE / “AD” - STAR OF DAVID with a BENT ARM / “GRJA”, (GIV-43), New England, ca. 1835 - 1845, yellowish ‘old’ amber pint, open pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, crude pebbly glass, rarely seen applied mouth. ($180.00)      ($350.00 - 475.00)

 

42.  “RAILROAD” / HORSE PULLING A CART / “LOWELL” - EAGLE WITH STARS, (GV-10), Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, Connecticut, ca. 1825 - 1835, yellowish olive green half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A flat 1/4” chip off the side of the lip occurred when the lip was sheared. Also a pinhead in size ‘ding’ is on medial rib. ($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

43.  “KEENE - P & W” SUNBURST Flask, (GVIII-9), Keene Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, ca 1815 - 1825, yellowish ‘old’ amber half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some wear on the inside of the lip was probably created by a hard closure. Good impression, loads of air bubbles.

($180.00)      ($350.00 - 475.00)

 

44.  SUNBURST Flask, (GVIII-20), Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1825 - 1835, aqua pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A small partial open bubble is located at the tip of a ray.

($100.00)      ($200.00  -275.00)

 

45.  SCROLL Flask, (GIX-2a), American, ca. 1840 - 1850, bluish aqua quart, reddish iron pontil, applied ring mouth. A faint in making pressure fissure is on the edge of the base, otherwise in pristine perfect condition. Steve Benko Collection.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

46.  (Lot of 2) SCROLL Flask, and a VERTICAL RIB Pattern Flask, (GIX-33), American, ca. 1845 - 1870, shades of aqua pint and half-pint, iron pontil and smooth bases, applied mouths. The Scroll flask has a 1/4” spider crack in the shoulder.

($40.00)      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

47.  (Lot of 2) SCROLL Flasks, (GIX-4 & 10), American, ca. 1840 - 1850, bluish aqua pint and quart, iron pontils, applied mouths. The pint has some lower body stain. Both have minor high point wear. ($80.00)     

($120.00 - 160.00)

 

48.  “FOR PIKE’S PEAK” / PROSPECTOR / “OLD RYE” - EAGLE / PITTSBURGH PA”, (GXI-8), Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1875, aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. Some light spotty inside stain or dried contents.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

49.  “FOR PIKE’S PEAK” / PROSPECTOR - EAGLE, (GXI-30), American, ca. 1860 - 1875, bluish aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. Perfect condition, no trace of wear.

($60.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

50.  “FOR PIKE’S PEAK” / PROSPECTOR - EAGLE, (GXI-32), American, ca. 1860 - 1865, aqua half-pint, iron pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Nice example, scarce iron pontil.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

51.  “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE “A & CO” (in a banner), (GXII-1), Adams & Company Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1870, light apple green quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. About perfect. A very nice flask with a great impression and no trace of aqua! Steve Benko Collection.

($80.00)      ($150.00- 250.00)

 

52.  CLASPED HANDS / “UNION” - EAGLE WITH BANNER / “CI & SONS”, (GXII-23), C. Ihmsen & Sons Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1875, bluish aqua pint, smooth base, applied ring mouth. Perfect condition, great impression with a slightly crooked neck and in a scarce mold. Steve Benko Collection.

($70.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

53.  “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE WITH BANNER, (GXII-29), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, reddish amber half-pint, smooth base, applied ring mouth. Excellent condition, almost no trace of wear, scarce color.

($70.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

54.  “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS - OVAL INSIDE A WREATH, (GXII-36), American, ca. 1860 - 1875, aqua half-pint, smooth base, applied ring mouth. Perfect condition, scarce mold. Steve Benko Collection. ($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

55.  (Lot of 2) “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS / F.A. & CO.” - MOUNTED CANNON, and a SLOOP / ORNAMENT, Flask, (GX-8 and GXII-40), American, ca. 1830 - 1870, aqua pint and half-pint, smooth and open pontil bases, sheared, tooled and applied mouths. The Sloop / Star flask has heavy internal and external stain and a pontil ship. The Union flask has a few spots of wear.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

56.  (Lot of 3) (2) CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE WITH BANNER Flasks, and a “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS / “FA & CO” - MOUNTED CANNON, (GXII-18, 31 & 42), American, ca. 1855 - 1870, aqua pint and two half-pints, the pint has “L&W” on the base, smooth bases, applied ring mouths. The pint has a tiny chip off the outer edge of the lip, some stain and scratches. The half-pint has some light spotty inside stain. The Cannon flask has a faint 1/4” edge of base fissure and some in making crazing lines in the neck.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 190.00)

 

57.  (Lot of 2) “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS  - EAGLE / “A & CO” (in a banner), and a “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS / “FA & CO” - MOUNTED CANNON, (GXII-21 & 40), American, ca. 1860 - 1875, shades of aqua pints, smooth bases, applied mouths. The cannon embossed flask has a paper thin open surface bubble on the shoulder. Steve Benko Collection.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

58.  (Lot of 2) CLASPED HANDS / “UNION” - EAGLE WITH BANNER, and a SHEAF OF GRAIN - TREE, (GXII-43 & GXIII-46), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua calabash’s, iron and open pontil bases, applied double collar mouths. Both are in perfect condition.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

59.  HUNTER - FISHERMAN, (GXIII-4), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, deep strawberry puce calabash, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A few light scratches exist, but in overall fine condition. Nice eye appealing color!

($250.00)      ($400.00  -600.00)

 

60.  HUNTER - FISHERMAN, (GXIII-6), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, greenish aqua calabash, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. A few light scratches, otherwise in perfect condition. Of the three Hunter - Fisherman molds this is the hardest to find.

($40.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

61.  (Lot of 2) HUNTER - FISHERMAN, and a SHEAF OF GRAIN - TREE, (GXIII-4 & 46), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua calabash’s, pontil scarred and smooth bases, applied mouths. The smooth base Hunter - Fisherman has overall milky inside stain. The Sheaf of Grain - Tree is perfect.

($80.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

62.  DANCER - BANJO PLAYER, (GXIII-8), Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1860 - 1870, yellowish amber half-pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Some minor external stain and wear, but no form of damage. Ex. Rodger Sweetland Collection.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

63.  “FLORA TEMPLE” / STANDING HORSE / “HARNESS TROT 2.19 3/4 / OCT. 15, 1859”, (GXIII-19), Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, New York, ca. 1859, smoky grayish topaz quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth and handle. A 3” long vertical crack is on a side by a mold seam. Bold impression, good glass whittle, rare color and fortunately the damage cannot be seen when viewed from the front.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

64.  “WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN.” - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (GXIII-35), Westford Glass Works, Westford, Connecticut, ca. 1855 - 1865, olive green with a hint of amber pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A flat 3/16” chip is off the base at the edge, otherwise perfect. Plenty of seed bubbles and the base chip is non-offensive.

($50.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

65.  SHEAF OF GRAIN / STAR - “WESTFORD GLASS CO. / WESTFORD, CONN”, (GXIII-36), Westford Glass Works, Westford, Connecticut, ca. 1860 - 1870, deep tobacco amber pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Some scratches and matte type wear exist, mostly on the Westford embossed side. Steve Benko Collection.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

66.  “WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN.” - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (GXIII-35), Westford Glass Works, Westford, Connecticut, ca. 1855 - 1865, ‘old’ amber pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. An area of matte type wear is on the Westford embossed side. Plenty of seed bubbles throughout.

($50.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

67.  SHEAF OF GRAIN - FIVE POINTED STAR, (GXIII-38), American, ca. 1850 - 1865, aqua quart, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. A tiny cluster of sand grains located on the star side has a 1/8” in size cooling fissure across it.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

68.  “BALTIMORE” / ANCHOR / “GLASS WORKS” - PHOENIX RISING FROM THE FLAMES / “RESURGAM”, (GXIII-54), Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1855 - 1870, aqua pint, smooth base, applied mouth. About perfect. Fine example, great impression and having a number of tiny white sand grains throughout. Steve Benko Collection.

($50.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

69.  “TRAVELER’S” / STAR ORNAMENT / “COMPANION” - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (GXIV-1), probably Westford Glass Works, Westford, Connecticut, ca. 1855 - 1865, reddish amber quart, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A considerable amount of matte type wear is on the ‘Traveler’s’ side.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

70.  “TRAVELER’S” / STAR ORNAMENT / “COMPANION” - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (GXIV-1), probably Westford Glass Works, Westford, Connecticut, ca. 1855 - 1865, ‘old’ olive amber quart, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Excellent overall condition, good glass whittle and full of air bubbles.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

71.  “MERRY CHRISTMAS” / WOMAN SITTING ON A BARREL / “AND A / HAPPY NEW YEAR” - ROOSTER, American, ca. 1890 - 1900, aqua half-barrel pint, smooth base, tooled mouth. Perfect condition. ($50.00)     

($120.00 - 160.00)

 

72.  (Lot of 2) Flask, “WHITNEY / GLASS WORKS” (on base) and a Snuff Bottle, American, ca. 1835 - 1880, orange amber and ‘old’ amber, 4 1/2” and 7 1/2”h, smooth and open pontil bases, sheared and tooled and applied double collar mouths. A potstone located at the edge of the base has a 1/4” by 1/8” chip and tiny ‘rainbow’ type bruise. The Whitney Glass Works flask has a few light scratches.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

73.  (Lot of 4) a “PICNIC” pumpkinseed flask, (2) have embossed SAFES the other has a KEY, (GXIII-75 & 79), American, ca. 1880 - 1890, amber and aqua pints and half-pint, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. The amber Safe flask has an area of stain on the opposite side of the embossing, otherwise all four are in excellent overall condition.

($80.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

74.  Pattern Molded Pocket Flask, possibly American, ca. 1800 - 1820, clear glass, 26-ogival pattern above flutes, 4 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled lip, blown in the German half-post method. About perfect, (a tiny spot of roughness is on the outer edge of the lip). Possibly earlier than we indicate.

($120.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

75.  (Lot of 2) Vertical Rib Pattern Flasks, American, ca. 1815 - 1825, pale aqua and clear glass, 20 and 22-rib patterns, 5” and 6 1/8”h, pontil scarred bases, sheared and tooled lips. The clear glass 20-rib pattern flask has a small area of light wear.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 180.00)

 

76.  Pattern Molded Pocket Flask, (McK/Wil plate 90, #5), probably Midwestern, ca. 1815 - 1835, clear glass with a faint aqua tint, 20 vertical rib pattern, 5 5/8”h, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled lip. Nice condition, strong impression.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

77.  Pattern Molded Flask, probably European, ca. 1840 - 1860, olive green, 24-vertical rib pattern, 6 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, tooled flared out lip. Perfect condition, but having a very weak impression.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -140.00)

 

78.  Nailsea Type Flask, probably English, ca. 1840 - 1860, clear glass with opaque milk glass herringbone pattern, 7 1/8”h, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled lip. A few light scratches, otherwise perfect. ($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

79.  Nailsea Type Flask, probably English, ca. 1840 - 1860, clear glass with white, green, blue green and maroon alternating loop pattern, 5 3/8”h, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

80.  Spirits Flask, probably German, ca 1790 - 1820, clear glass with raised diamond pattern, 5 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, outward rolled lip, blown in the German half-post method. Perfect condition. ($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

81.  Blown Countertop Display Jar, American, ca. 1800 - 1830, aqua, 6 3/4”h, open pontil, tooled rim, original soldered metal cap, blown in a dip mold. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

82.  Blown Three Piece Mold Hat, New England, ca. 1815 - 1825, GIII-7 pattern, clear glass, 2 1/4”h, pontil scarred base. Perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

83.  (Lot of 2) Blown Dresser Cologne Bottle, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, opaque milk glass, 9 3/4” and 10 1/4 (total height), raised dot, scroll and feather patterns, pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled lips, both are in perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -140.00)

 

84.  (Lot of 3) Freeblown Spirits Decanters, English, ca 1790 - 1820, clear glass with original gold trim decoration, 4 5/8”, 5 3/4” and 8 1/4”h, pontil scarred bases, tooled lips, original ground glass stoppers. The taller decanter has several light internal stain rings.  ($80.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

85.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Pitcher, and a Vase, European, ca. 1840 - 1870, cobalt blue and greenish aqua, 7” to 9 1/2”h, pontil scarred bases, applied handle, neck embellishments and pour spout, various lip finishes. Both are in perfect condition.

($60.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

86.  (Lot of 2) Dresser Cologne ‘Lion’s Face’ and ‘Swirl & Scroll’ Pattern Bottles, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, opaque milk glass, 9 1/4” and 10 3/4”h (including the stoppers), smooth bases, rough sheared and tooled lips, original ‘Lion’s Face’ and ‘Swirl & Scroll’ blown glass matching stoppers. The ‘Lion’s Face’ has several lengthy body cracks. The ‘Swirl & Scroll’ is perfect.

($50.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

87.  (Lot of 3) Blown Dresser Cologne Bottles, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, opaque and fiery opalescent milk glass, ‘Lion’ Face’ and ‘Fern’ patterns, one is in a bell form, 8” to 10 1/4” (total height), pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled and ground lips, all three have the original matching blown glass stoppers. All three are in perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($140.00  -160.00)

 

88.  Freeblown Decanter, probably American, ca. 1840 - 1860, fiery opalescent ‘bell’ form, 8 1/2”h, polished pontil, tool flared out lip, applied neck bands. Perfect condition.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

89.  (Lot of 3) Utility Bottles, American, ca. 1830 - 1855, aqua and light green, 2 7/8” to 5 1/4”h, open pontils, applied mouth, inward rolled and flared out lips. All three are in perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

90.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Egg Cups, probably European, ca. 1835 - 1855 cobalt blue with applied milk glass rim, 3 1/4”h, pontil scarred bases, applied rims. One has an applied foot, the other is single piece construction. Both are perfect.

($100.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

91.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Globular Bottles, American, ca. 1790 - 1820, light greenish aqua, 8”h, open pontils, outward rolled lips. One has a few very light spots of internal stain, otherwise both are in overall excellent condition.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

92.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Chestnut Form Bottles, American, ca. 1790 - 1820, aqua, 9” and 10 1/8”h, open pontils, sheared mouth with an applied string lip and a applied tapered collar mouth. The smaller bottle has some milky inside content stain in the lower one-third, otherwise both are perfect.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

93.  (Lot of 5) Freeblown Bottles, American and European, ca. 1780 - 1810, greenish aqua, olive yellow and clear glass, 4 3/4” to 10 1/4”h, pontil scarred bases, sheared and tooled and inward rolled lips. All are in perfect condition.

($60.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

94.  Black Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, (coat-of-arms with a crown above a ribbed shield), form like Van den Bossche, plate 126, #3), Belgium, ca. 1760 - 1780, yellow olive, 11”h, pontil scared deep kick-up, sheared and tooled mouth, applied seal and string lip. A 1/2” long horizontal stress crack is located at the shoulder. This is an unknown coat-of-arms seal bottle.

($120.00)      ($180.00  -275.00)

 

95.  Black Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, ‘Dry / Madera / Wyn’ (on applied seal), Dutch, ca. 1860 - 1870, deep olive green, 7”h, square form, smooth base, applied seal and tapered collar mouth, blown in a dip mold. Overall internal and external stain and light scratches.

($250.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

96.  Black Glass Double Sealed Wine Bottle, “MARGAUX BEL-AIR / MARQUIS D’ALIGRE” and “DEFENDU D’EN LAISSER” (forbidden to leave one drop), (Van den Bossche, plates 226, #3), French, ca. 1858, medium olive green, 11 1/2”h, pontil scarred base on deep kick-up, sheared and tooled lip, two applied seals and neck band. Perfect condition. The Marquess of Aligre was owner of the Chateau Bel-Air in Margaux, Bordeaux.
($180.00)      ($350.00 - 450.00)

 

97.  Black Glass Half-Size Sealed Wine Bottle, ‘Two Coat-of-Arms each under a Crown’, French, ca. 1910 - 1930, olive green, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, deep kick-up, sheared and tooled lip, applied seal and neck band, 97% original label reads: ‘Margaux / P.J. De Tenet & Ed. De Georges / Bordeaux’. On the reverse etched into the glass is ‘Kongl. Vaxholms Kust Artilleriregimente’ (Vaxholm Royal Coast Artillery Regiment). The bottle is perfect. The coat-of-arms on the left is of Viscount P.J. de Tenet, the one on the right is of Count Ed. De Georges.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

98.  Black Glass Magnum size Onion Form Wine Bottle, ‘John Ambouy October 07, 1720’ (engraved on shoulder), (Van den Bossche plate72), English, ca. 1700 - 1720, medium olive green, 8 3/8”h by 7 7/8” diameter, pontil scarred base, sheared mouth with applied string lip. Full of large seed bubbles. A 1” chip off the string lip has a crack extending upward to a chip off the inside edge of the lip, also some minor scratches. Very few magnum size wine bottles of this early period have survived the ages. Obviously the bottle was of some importance to its owner to have him etch his name and date on it.

($1,000.00)      ($1,800.00 - 2,500.00)

 

99.  Freeblown Onion Form Wine Bottle, possible Gresigne, Languedoc, Southwest French, ca. 1720 - 1750, deep blue with green tone, 7 1/4”h, 4 1/2” base diameter, pontil scarred base, tooled flared out lip. Overall heavy internal and external stain, also a 1” long faint hairline crack is in the lower part of the body.

($60.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

100.  Half-Size Onion Form Wine Bottle, German, ca. 1720 - 1745, medium emerald green, 5 7/8"h, 2 3/4" base diameter, open pontil, sheared lip, applied mouth.  A tiny ‘ding’ at midpoint in the body has a 1/2" long stress crack across it. Rare half-size bottle, good pure green color and bubbles throughout.
($100.00($180.00 - 275.00)

 

101.  Wide Mouth Horse Hoof Shaped Onion Bottle, (Van den Bossche, plate 285), Dutch, ca. 1770 - 1800, yellowish olive green, 8 1/2”h, 4 3/4” base diameter, open pontil, sheared and tooled mouth, applied string lip. Great example, plenty of seed bubbles.

($275.00)      ($500.00 - 800.00)

 

102.  Blown Wide Mouth Case Bottle, (similar to Van den Bossche, plate 286, #3), Dutch or German, ca. 1850 - 1870, light green, 9 1/8”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. Some light streaks of inside stain, otherwise perfect.

($250.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

103.  Black Glass Wine Bottle, (Van den Bossche, plate 129, #2), Belgium, ca. 1880 - 1890, olive green, 10 1/8”h, smooth base, deep kick-up, sheared and tooled lip, applied mouth band. Perfect condition. Often called a ‘cheat bottle’, because when filled with red wine it gives the impression of a full bottle.

($100.00)      ($180.00  -275.00)

 

104.  Freeblown Utility Bottle, probably European, ca. 1780 - 1820, light blue green, 5 5/8”h by 5 5/8” diameter, pontil scarred base, flared mouth. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

105.  Blown Storage Jar, American or European, ca. 1840 - 1860, reddish amber, 6 1/2”h, 3 1/4” base diameter, tooled flared out lip, blown in a dip mold. A nice jar, but of unknown origin.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

106.  Demijohn, or Utility Bottle, American, ca. 1845 - 1865, medium emerald green, 12 1/2”h, open pontil, applied tapered collar mouth, blown in a dip mold.  Perfect condition.

($90.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

107.  Demijohn, or Utility Bottle, New England, ca. 1854 - 1865, yellowish ‘old’ amber, 14 7/8”h, pontil scarred base, applied tapered collar mouth, blown in a dip mold. Perfect condition, full of tiny seed bubbles. ($120.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

108.  (Lot of 7) Various Utility Bottles, New England, ca. 1830 - 1860, olive green, olive amber, emerald green, yellowish amber and ‘old’ amber, 4” to 6 1/2”h, open pontils, applied mouths, sheared and tooled lip. All are in perfect condition.

($150.00)      ($275.00  -475.00)

 

109.  Fire Grenade, “HAZELTON’S / HIGH PRESSURE / CHEMICAL / FIRE KEG”, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, amber barrel form ‘keg’, 10 7/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip, original copper neck ring and metal swing handle. The keg has some light spotty stain, but no damage. The copper neck ring and swing handle have rust.

($120.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

110.  Fire Grenade, “NEW YORK / HAYWARD HAND - GRENADE FIRE EXTINGUISHER”, New York, ca. 1880 - 1895, cobalt blue, “DESIGN PATD” on smooth base, tooled lip, part original contents. A flat 3/8” in diameter chip is off the side of a body rib.

($70.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

111.  Fire Grenade, “NEW YORK / HAYWARD HAND - GRENADE FIRE EXTINGUISHER”, New York, ca. 1880 - 1895, aqua quart, “DESIGN PATD” on smooth base, tooled lip. A tiny flake is off the top of the lip, otherwise perfect.

($70.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

112.  Fire Grenade, “NO 407 BROADWAY - NEW YORK / HAYWARD HAND - GRENADE FIRE - EXTINGUISHER”, New York, ca. 1880 - 1895, clear glass, “DESIGN / H / PATD” on smooth base, tooled lip, original contents. Perfect condition.

($120.00)      ($200.00  -300.00)

 

113.  Fire Grenade, “HAYWARD’S / HAND / FIRE / GRENADE - PATENTED / AUG / 8 / 1871 - S.F. HAYWARD - 407 - BROADWAY / N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1875 - 1895, clear glass, 6 1/8”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition. Scarce in clear glass.

($120.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

114.  Fire Grenade, (unembossed shoulder circle) / “HARDENS HAND GRENADE - FIRE EXTINGUISHER”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, turquoise blue, 5/8”h, “AUG. 8, 1871 / PATD. / AUG. 14, 1883” on smooth base, rough sheared and ground lip has some normal chipping. Some minor content stain exists. This is a rare variant that lacks the ‘Star” and five pointed star embossing in the shoulder circle.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

115.  Fire Grenade, “STAR” (inside an embossed star) / HARDEN HAND GRENADE - FIRE EXTINGUISHER”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, deep turquoise blue quart, 8”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip has an in making grinding chip off the side, original contents and neck wire. Considerably deeper in color than most, some might even consider it to lean toward being cobalt blue!

($90.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

116.  Fire Grenade, “STAR” (inside an embossed star) / HARDEN HAND GRENADE - FIRE EXTINGUISHER”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, medium smoky sapphire blue, 6 1/2”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip, original contents. Perfect condition, full of trapped air bubbles and in a somewhat different shade of blue.

($100.00)      ($160.00 - 250.00)

 

117.  Fire Grenade, “STAR” (inside an embossed star) / HARDEN HAND GRENADE - FIRE EXTINGUISHER”, English, ca. 1880 - 1895, greenish aqua, 6 3/4”h, “REG. / NO / 10490” on smooth base, sheared and ground lip. Perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

118.  Fire Grenade, “GRENADE / LABBE” - (anchor in a circle) - “GRENADE / LABBE” - (anchor in a circle) / “L’TNCOMBUSTIBILITE - 139 RUE LAFAYETTE - PARIS”, French, ca 1880 - 1900, orange amber, 6”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip. Perfect condition, but some dried contents exist.

($120.00)      ($275.00  -375.00)

 

119.  Fire Grenade, “GRENADE / UNIC / EXTINGTEUR” (is embossed in four circular panels), French, ca. 1880 - 1900, orange amber, vertical rib pattern, 5 5/9”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip. Perfect condition, but has some light content stain. ($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

120.  (Lot of 3) “STAR” (inside an embossed star) / HARDEN HAND GRENADE - FIRE EXTINGUISHER”, a Freeblown Globular Bottle and a ‘Bay Rum’ Label under glass bottles encased in a tree bark, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, turquoise blue, ‘old’ amber and clear glass, 6 5/8” to 9 7/8”h, smooth and pontil scarred bases, tooled and ground lip, the fire grenade has the original contents. A nipple of internal glass in the globular bottle has a 1” cooling crack. The fire grenade has a 2” ‘V’ shaped pressure crack in the side of the mouth. The ‘Bay Rum’ bottle label has some discoloration.

($90.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

121.  Lattice and Diamond Pattern, (Kuhn, KC-1), American, ca. 1890 - 1815, cobalt blue, 7”h, “H.B.CO.” on smooth base, tooled lip, original sharp pointed “POISON” embossed stopper. Pristine perfect condition.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

122.  Lattice and Diamond Pattern, (Kuhn, KC-1), American, ca. 1890 - 1815, cobalt blue, 3 5/8”h, “U.S.P.H.S” on smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition, rare ‘wide mouth’ form.

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

123.  “POISON” / (five pointed stars are above and below a Skull & Crossbones) / “POISON”, (Kuhn, KO-1), Pennsylvania, ca. 1890 - 1915, yellow amber, 4”h, smooth base, tooled lip, 99% original front and neck labels and part contents. The bottle is perfect. ($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

124.  (Skull and Crossbones) / “POISON - H.K. MULFORD CO. / CHEMISTS / PHILADELPHIA” - (Skull and Crossbones) / “POISON”, (Kuhn, KR-6), Pennsylvania, ca. 1890 - 1915, cobalt blue, 3 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled lip, a 98% original keystone shaped label is on the front, and the label with the letter ‘M’ is on top of cork, part contents. The bottle is perfect.

($120.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

125.  (Skull and Crossbones) / “POISON - H.K. MULFORD CO. / CHEMISTS / PHILADELPHIA” - (Skull and Crossbones) / “POISON”, (Kuhn, KR-6), Pennsylvania, ca. 1890 - 1915, amber, 3 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled lip, a 90% original keystone shaped label is on the front, a label with ‘Mulford M’ top is on top of cork, and a ‘Poison’ neck label, part contents. The bottle is perfect. Considerably harder to find in amber glass.

($200.00)      ($375.00  -475.00)

 

126.  “POISON” / (five pointed stars are above and below a Skull & Crossbones) / “POISON”, (Kuhn, KC-4), American, ca. 1900 - 1915, cobalt blue, 2”h, “S & D” on smooth base, ABM lip. A few tiny scratches are away from the embossing. A scarce little poison.

($100.00)      ($180.00 - 220.00)

 

127.  “LYONS / POWDER - B & P / N.Y.”, (Kuhn, KX-1), (Odell, pg. 234), New York, ca. 1840 - 1860,  medium yellowish amber cylinder, 4 1/2”h, open pontil, inward rolled lip, Cleaned to about perfect condition. Also a tiny flake is off the edge of the base.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

128.  “DR. TOWNSEND’S - SARSAPARILLA - ALBANY / N.Y.”, (Odell, pg. 350), New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, deep olive green, 9 5/8”h, improved pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A very faint hairline crack follows the length of the edge of a shoulder panel.

($80.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

129.  "DR. MAGNIN’S - LUCINA / CORDIAL - OR THE - ELIXER OF LOVE / PARIS”, (Odell pg. 235), New York, ca. 1845 - 1860, grayish clear glass, 6”h, open pontil, applied mouth. A 3/8” by 1/4” chip off the side of the lip has been professionally repaired.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

130.  “DR GUYSOTT’S / YELLOW DOCK & / SARSAPARILLA / JOHN. D. PARK / CINCINNATI. O.”, (Odell pg. 155), Ohio, ca. 1865 - 1875, aqua, oval form, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, some glass whittle.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

131.  Fancy Cologne Bottle, ‘Basket of Flowers’ on the front with a ‘Leaf’ pattern on both side panels, (McK/Wil plate 107, #10), American, ca. 1840 - 1860, greenish aqua, 7”h, open pontil, thin flared out lip. Perfect condition. Could be a rare one.

($60.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

132.  (Lot of 2) “DOCT. CURTIS’ - CHERRY SYRUP - NEW YORK” and a “M. BALLY’S / ANTIDOTE”, (Odell, pgs. 18 & 97), American, ca. 1840 - 1860, clear glass with amethyst tint and clear glass, 5 1/2” and 7 1/2”h, open pontil and smooth base, applied mouth and tooled lip. Both are in pristine condition, the Doct. Curtis has several heavy olive striations in the neck.

($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

133.  Self Framed Advertising Sign, for ‘H.H. Warner’s’ Medicines, New York, ca. 1880 - 1884, 28” by 24 1/2” (frame size), 19” by 15” (print size), multicolored paper sign listing many of Warner’s medicines and showing President Garfield with seven members of his Cabinet. The edges of the print have been trimmed, also a 1” in diameter piece of the litho missing near the base in several of the letters in Garfield has a 3” vertical tear. James Abram Garfield, our 20th President from 1880 - 1884.

 ($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

134.  “L.Q.C. WISHART’S - PINE TREE / TAR CORDIAL / PHILA. - PATENT / (motif of a pine tree) / 1859”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1875, medium blue green, 8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A tiny flake is on a panel edge, otherwise perfect. ($120.00)      ($200.00  -300.00)

 

135.  “L.Q.C. WISHART’S - PINE TREE / TAR CORDIAL / PHILA. - PATENT / (motif of a pine tree) / 1859”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1875, medium grass green, 7 3/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A tiny flake is on a panel edge at the base, otherwise perfect.

($120.00)      ($200.00  -300.00)

 

136.  “L.Q.C. WHISHART’S - PINE TREE / TAR CORDIAL / PHILA. - PATENT / (motif of a pine tree) / 1859”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1880, medium yellowish grass green, 9 5/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Some inside milky stain is in the shoulder area, also some inside of neck scarring. Slightly different shade of green than normally seen. 

($90.00)      ($180.00  -250.00)

 

137.  “AMMONIA / MNFD. BY / S.F. GASLIGHT CO.”, California, ca. 1885 - 1900, orange amber quart, 9”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition, some glass whittle and bubbles.

($200.00)      ($350.00 - 450.00)

 

138.  “GERM BACTERIA OR / FUNGUS DESTROYER / WM RADAM’S / MICROBE KILLER” / (man beating a skeleton) / “REGISTERED TRADE MARK DEC. 13, 1887 / CURES / ALL / DISEASES”, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, amber, 10 3/8”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. A 5” long crack travels around the edge of the base, also some inside stain.

($10.00)      ($40.00 - 60.00)

 

139.  “BUCHU-GIN / FOR ALL / KIDNEY & LIVER TROUBLES / J. H. FRIEDENWALD & CO / BALTIMORE, MD. - FRIEDENWALD’S / BUCHU-GIN”, Maryland, ca. 1880 - 1895, deep emerald green, 10”h, smooth base, tooled lip. About perfect (a spot of minor wear is on a panel at the shoulder).

($40.00)      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

140.  “BLOOD FOOD / PREPARED BY / G. HANDYSIDE”, English, ca. 1880 - 1895, deep olive green, oval form, 10”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. About perfect, (a few very light scratches). Nice example, with numerous air bubbles.

($120.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

141.  “CRAIG KIDNEY / (rectangular slug plate) / CURE / COMPANY”, (Agee, #32), New York, ca. 1870 - 1880, amber, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Lightly cleaned to its original luster, but retains a few very minor non-offensive imperfections.

($120.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

142.  “THE CRAIG KIDNEY / CURE / COMPANY” - (indented label panel), New York, ca. 1870 - 1880, amber, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A tiny chip is off the edge of the base. Also some minor scratches.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

143.  “JOHN HART & CO - JOHN HART & CO”, (Fadely, pg. 73), Pennsylvania, ca. 1870 - 1880, amber heart shape, 7 1/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Some metallic type external stain, but no form of damage. John Hart was from Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

144.  “VAUGHN’S - VEGETABLE / LITHONTRIPTIC / MIXTURE - BUFFALO”, New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, bluish aqua, 8 1/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition, some glass whittle and full of seed bubbles. One of the nicer ones!

($150.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

145.  “VAUGHN’S - VEGETABLE / LITHONTRIPTIC / MIXTURE - BUFFALO”, New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, bluish aqua, 8 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied mouth. Perfect condition, crude pebbly glass, some seed bubbles.

($250.00)      ($375.00  -475.00)

 

146.  “MORLEY’S / LIVER AND KIDNEY / CORDIAL”, American, ca. 1880 - 1890, amber, 9 1/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition. A rare Kidney and Liver medicine bottle!

($150.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

147.  (Lot of 2) “WM. F. ZOELLER / PITTSBURGH, PA. - BLACK GIN / FOR THE KIDNEYS”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1875 - 1885, shades of amber, 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied tapered collar mouths. The deeper color bottle has light external stain.

($100.00)      ($200.00  -300.00)

 

148.  (Lot of 2), “NATIONAL / KIDNEY & LIVER / CURE” and a “PERUVIANA / NATURES KIDNEY CURE / PERUVIANA HERBAL REMEDY CO. / CINCINNATI, OHIO”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, amber, 8 1/8” and 9 1/8”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. Both are in perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($150.00  -275.00)

 

149.  “C.S. EMERSON’S / AMERICAN HAIR / RESTORATIVE / CLEVELAND / OHIO. PRICE $1.50”, Ohio, ca. 1875 - 1885, clear glass, 6 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled lip, 99% original highly graphic label shows an Indian handing a bottle to a sitting man, etc. It has the original contents, promotional hand bill and wrapper. The bottle is perfect.

($70.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

150.  (Lot of 2) “BAKER’S / PREPARATIONS / PORTLAND, ME.”, Maine, ca. 1885 - 1900, aqua, 5 1/4” and 5 3/8”h, smooth bases, tooled lips, both have 95% or better original labels, one has the original contents. The bottle without the label has two tiny edge of lip flakes. Sheldon Baugh Collection.

($50.00)      ($180.00  -275.00)

 

151.  (Lot of 2) “SHAKER DIGESTIVE CORDIAL - A.J. WHITE NEW YORK”, New York, ca. 1890 - 1900, blush aqua, 9” & 7”h, smooth bases, tooled mouths. Both are in perfect condition. Sheldon Baugh Collection.

($100.00)      ($275.00- 375.00)

 

152.  (Lot of 2) “A.J. WHITE NEW YORK - SHAKER DIGESTIVE CORDIAL”, New York, ca. 1890 - 1910, aqua, 5 3/4” and 9”h, smooth bases, tooled double collar lips, both have part of the original labels. Both are in perfect condition. Sheldon Baugh Collection.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 200.00)

 

153.  (Lot of 2) “VIN-O-SULA CUBAN TONIC / THE GREAT DYSPEPSIA / AND KIDNEY REMEDY”, American, ca. 1980 - 1900, clear glass, 9 1/8” and 11 1/2”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. Both have slight stain, but no damage.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

154.  (Lot of 4) (2) “L.B. BURDICK’S / KIDNEY CURE” and (2) “DR. L. BURDICK’S / KIDNEY CURE / J.E. JACKSON  SOL. PROP / WOODBURY, N.Y.”, New Jersey, ca. 1880 - 1895, shades of aqua and amber, 7” to 7 7/8”h, smooth bases, tooled lips, one of the bottles has an 80% original label. The aqua L.B. Burdick’s Kidney Cure has a tiny flake off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise all four are in perfect condition.

($80.00)         ($150.00 -     275.00)

 

155.  “DR. ELMORE’S / RHEUMATINE-GOUTALINE - THE ONLY REMEDY / FOR / RHEUMATIC DISEASES - BEST REMEDY FOR DYSPEPSIA / & KIDNEY, LIVER, BLADDER & / BLOOD DISORDERS”, American, ca. 1880 - 1890, amber, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled lip. A few light scratches, otherwise perfect.

($50.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

156.  Label Only Medicine,  ‘Maltine with Creosote, The Maltine Company, New York’ etc. American, ca. 20th Century, amber, 7 1/2”h, ABM lip, 97% original wrap around label, metal screw on lid, box and contents. The bottle is perfect, the box has some damage. ($20.00)      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

157.  Apothecary Jar, ‘Tinct: / Calend’, English, ca. 1850 - 1860, deep olive amber cylinder, 12 1/4”h, “H. RICKETT’S / & CO. / BRISTOL” on smooth base, “PATENT” on the shoulder, applied mouth, 95% original gold, red and black paint in the form of a shield, blown in a three part mold. Perfect condition. This is the largest ‘H. Rickett’s’ base embossed bottle we’ve ever auctioned making it possibly very rare!

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

158.  Apothecary Jar, ‘PULV: RHEI. E: I:’, English, ca. 1840 - 1880, deep amethyst, 98% original black letting on gold painted label, 12”h, 6 1/2” base diameter, ground pontil scarred base, tooled lip, original blown ground glass stopper, blown in a dip mold. The jar has a 1/4” by 3/16” chip off the top of the lip, otherwise perfect. Big and impressive!

($120.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

159.  (Lot of 2) “HILTON’S/ LIFE / FOR THE / LIVER / AND / KIDNEYS” and a “HILTON’S/ LIFE / FOR THE / LIVER / AND / KIDNEYS - LIFE / MEDICINE COMPANY / SPARTANBURG, S.C.”, South Carolina, ca. 1885 - 1895, clear glass, 6 5/8” and 6 7/8”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. The smaller bottle has a 3/8” by 1/4” chip off the side of the mouth. The Spartanburg embossed bottle has some very light stain.

($80.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

160.  (Lot of 2 Cure Bottles), “CURATINE FOR THE / BLOOD & KIDNEYS - BROWN CHEMICAL CO. - BALTIMORE, MD.”, and a “LIVER & KIDNEY CURE / SEMINOLE INDIAN / MEDICINE CO. / BOONE, IOWA”, American, ca. 1875 - 1890, shades of aqua, 8 3/4” and 9 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. Both are in perfect condition. Two rare cure bottles!

($100.00)      ($200.00  -300.00)

 

161.  (Lot of 3) “OREGON / KIDNEY / TEA”, a “GEO. W. EWING / APOTHECARY / 710 SO 2ND STREET / PHILA.”, and a “SWAIM’S - PANACEA - PHILADA.”, American, ca. 1865 - 1895, amber, teal blue and light green, 7 1/2” to 9”h, smooth bases, tooled and applied mouths. The Geo. W. Ewing bottle has some light stain. Note the unusual short neck squatty form of the Swaim’s Panacea bottle.

($100.00)      ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

162.  (Lot of 3) “JUNIPER BERRY GIN / A DIURETIC / FOR KIDNEY TROUBLE - JUNIPER BERRY GIN / BOTTLED BY / QUININE WHISKEY CO / LOUISVILLE, KY”, a “JUNIPER BERRY GIN / A DIURETIC / CURES KIDNEY TROUBLE - JUNIPER BERRY GIN / BOTTLED BY / QUININE WHISKEY CO / LOUISVILLE, KY” and a “BOUVIER / SPEC CO. / BOUVIER / BUCHU GIN / LOUISVILLE / KY”, Kentucky, ca. 1885 - 1915, aqua, greenish aqua and clear glass, 10” to 11 7/8”h, smooth bases, tooled and ABM lips, the clear glass bottle has 95% original front and back labels. All three are in perfect condition.

($100.00)      ($150.00  -200.00)

 

163.  (Lot of 3) “MOYER’S / OIL OF GLADNESS / BLOOMSBURG, PA.”, a “L.M. GREEN, PROP - WOODBURY, N.J.”, ‘Dr. Bell’s Veterinary Medical Wonder, the Bell Wonder Medicine Co., Alexandria Bay, N.Y.’ etc. American, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass, 4 7/8” to 5 7/8”h, smooth bases, tooled and ABM lips, all have 95% or better original labels. The Dr. Bell’s has the original instruction wrapper and box. All have the original contents. All are in perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

164.  (Lot of 3) “ST. ANDREW’S / WINE OF LIFE ROOT” a  “WARNER’S SAFE CURE / (CONCENTRATED)” and a “BUCHU-GIN / FOR ALL / KIDNEY & LIVER TROUBLES / J. H. FRIEDENWALD & CO / BALTIMORE, MD. - FRIEDENWALD’S / BUCHU-GIN”, American, ca. 1880 - 1910, shades of amber and 7-Up green,  5 3/4” to 10”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. A potstone in the neck of he Fredenwalde’s has a 1/4’ cooling radiation around it. The Warner’s has a few scratches.

($50.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

165.  (Lot of 3) “REID’S / GERMAN COUGH / & / KIDNEY CURE - CONTAINS NO POISON - NO DANGER FROM OVERDOSE - SYLVAN REMEDY CO. / PEORIA, ILL.”, Illinois, ca. 1880 - 1895, aqua and clear glass, 5 3/4” and 7”h, smooth base, tooled lip. The taller clear glass bottle has a tiny chip off the top of the lip. A cluster of sand grains in the lip of the aqua example has a faint 1/4” stress fissure and also has some inside stain.

($50.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

166.  (Lot of 4 Hair Bottles) “CHADWICK’S / HAIR RENEWER”, a “PRIMS COCONUT CREAM / FOR THE HAIR / LABORATORY / NEW YORK”, a “KENDALL’S / BANNISTER’S / AMBOLINE - FOR THE HAIR - NEW YORK”, and a “MRS. S.A. ALLEN’S - WORLD’S HAIR / RESTORER - NEW YORK”, American, ca. 1875 - 1895, aqua, yellow with amber tone and clear glass, 6” to 7 3/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. The Kendall’s has a tiny polished out chip off the side of the lip and light stain.

($120.00)      ($180.00  -275.00)

 

167.  (Lot of 4) “NASH’S / RHEUMATIC AND / KIDNEY REMEDY”, a “DR. FAHSLER’S / KIDNEY AND DIABETES / REMEDY - FANSLER’S DRUG CO. - MARION, INDIANA”, a “DR. DEWITT’S LIVER BLOOD / & KIDNEY REMEDY / W. J. PARKER & CO BALTO MD”, and a “WEB’S LIVER AND KIDNEY / A NO 1 CATHARTIC TONIC”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, amber and clear glass, 3 1/2” to 9”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. The Fahsler’s and Nash’s have some light stain. The Web’s bottle is in an irregular triangular form. Some rare bottles in this lot!

($100.00)      ($200.00  -300.00)

 

168.  (Lot of 4 Label Only Cure Bottles), ‘Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure, Smith Medical Company, St. Louis, Mo.’ etc. a ‘Leah’s Favorite Kidney Cure, Leah’s Favorite Family Medicine Company, Price $1.00 a bottle’ etc. a ‘Kid-Rheu, The Greatest Cure for all Kidney, Stomach, Liver and Catarrhal Troubles. Manufactured only by, Kid-Rheu Chemical Co., Des Moines, Iowa.', (a 2 1/2 cent Proprietary tax stamp is on the reverse), and an ‘Alkavis, Nature’s Cure for Diseases of the Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs’, etc. American, ca. 1880 - 1895, amber, aqua and clear glass, 8 1/2” to 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips, all have 95% or better original labels. The Smith’s has a flat 3/8” chip off the top of the lip.

($80.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

169.  (Lot of 4) (2) “DR. M.M. FENNER’S / PEOPLES REMEDIES / FREDONIA, N.Y. / U.S.A. / KIDNEY & BACKACHE / REMEDY / 1872-1898”, a “DR. M.M. FENNER’S / PEOPLES REMEDIES / FREDONIA, N.Y. / U.S.A. / KIDNEY & BACKACHE / CURE / 1872-1898” and a “DR. FENNER’S / KIDNEY & BACKACHE / CURE”, New York, ca. 1880 - 1900, shades of amber and clear glass, 10” and 10 1/2”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. The ‘Dr. Fenner’s Kidney & Backache Cure’ has been cleaned, but retains a few very minor imperfections. The ‘Dr. Fenner’s Kidney & Bladder Cure’ has a 3/16” long edge of lip chip.

($150.00)      ($350.00 - 475.00)

 

170.  (Lot of 5) (4) “CANN’S KIDNEY CURE / PHILADELPHIA, PA. / U.S.A. EST. 1876”, and a “CANN’S KIDNEY CURE / PHILADELPHIA / PA. U.S.A.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1880 - 1895, shades of aqua and clear glass, 6 1/8” to 8 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. One of the smaller aqua ‘U.S.A.’ embossed bottles has a tiny panel edge chip. Otherwise all are in perfect condition.

($70.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

171.  (Lot of 5 Cure Bottles) “CRAMER’S / KIDNEY & LIVER / CURE”, a “HEPATICURE FOR BLOOD / LIVER & KIDNEYS - MARSHALL MED. CO. - LAWRENCE, KAS.”, a “BRUSKE’S - DYSPEPSIA / KIDNEY & LIVER CURE - EAST SAGINAW, MICH.”, and (2) “THE / H.K.B. / SAFE CURE / FOR THE / HEART / KIDNEY / AND / BLADDER”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, shades of aqua, and clear glass, 7” to 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. The Cramer’s has some light stain. The smaller of the ‘H.K.B.’ bottles has a 3/8” long sliver type chip off a corner panel.

($80.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

172.  (Lot of 6) “DR. SOUTHWORTH’S / BLOOD & KIDNEY REMEDY / LEONARDSVILLE, N.Y.”, a “DR. ELMORE’S - RHEUMATINE - COUTALINE”, a “STEVENS’ SEXUAL VITALIZER / MANUFACTURED BY / J.H. STEVENS / KNOXVILLE, TENN.”, a “THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND / HERBALO / FOR THE BLOOD, STOMACH, LIVE, KIDNEYS”, a “BENJAMIN’S / HERBALO BLOOD PURIFIER / STOMACH, LIVER AND KIDNEY / RENOVATOR” and a “BROTHER BENJAMIN / GREAT TONIC HERBALO / FOR THE BLOOD, STOMACH, LIVER & KIDNEYS”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, shades of aqua and amber, 7 1/2” to 8 3/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. The amber Dr. Elmore’s has some minor scratches. The Steven’s has some light stain.

($80.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

173.  (Lot of 6 Cure Bottles), “NASH’S / RHEUMATIC AND / KIDNEY CURE”, a “SPARK’S / KIDNEY & LIVER CURE / CAMDAN, N.J.”, a “DEWITT’S LIVER BLOOD / & KIDNEY CURE / N.J. PARKER & CO. BALTO ME.”, a “DEWITT’S LIVER BLOOD / & KIDNEY CURE”, a “RONOVA / KIDNEY AND / LIVER CURE”, and a “LIGHTNING KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE / NO RELIEF, NO PAY - HERB MEDICINE CO. - WESTON, W.VA.”, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, shades of amber and aqua, 3 3/8” to 9 3/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. All are in near perfect to perfect condition. Some very rare cure bottles in this lot!

($150.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

174.  (Lot of 8 Cure Bottles), “DEAN’S KIDNEY CURE / THE LANGHAM MED. CO. / LE ROY, N.Y.”, a “SPARKS’ / KIDNEY & LIVER CURE / CAMDEN, N.J.”, a “K.K. / CURES / BRIGHT’S / DISEASE / AND / CYSTITIS - K.K. MEDICINE CO. - NEW JERSEY”, a “CRAMER’S / KIDNEY & LIVER / CURE”, a “DENNIS’ BLOOD / LIVER & KIDNEY CURE”, a “THE / GREAT / NIAGARA / RHEUMATIC / AND / KIDNEY / CURE”, and (2) “McBURNEY’S / KIDNEY & BLADDER CURE / LOS ANGELES, CAL.”, American, ca. 1880 - 1890, apple green, aqua and clear glass, 4 1/8” to 7 3/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. The apple green Cramer’s has some light external stain. The Great Niagara has a 1/8” corner base crack. Both of the McBurney’s have a flat 3/16” chip off the top of the lip. Some rare cures in this lot!

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

175.  (Lot of 11) “SPARKS PERFECT / HEALTH FOR / KIDNEY & LIVER DISEASES”, a “SAMPLE BOTTLE / DR. MURPHEY’S / ELIXIR OF LIFE”, a “SWEDISH / ELIXIR / OF LIFE / C.H. HAASS / ROCHESTER / N.Y.”, a “HORTH’S LIVER AND / KIDNEY MIXTURE”, a “VIM / KIDNEY / & / LIVER TONIC / VIN MEDICINE / CO. / TOLEDO, O. / U,S,A,”, a “CAPWELL’S / KIDNEY REGULATOR / E.C. CAPWELL & CO. / PROPRIETORS”, a “T.B. SMITH / KIDNEY TONIC / CYNTHIAN KY.”, a “F. E. C. / KIDNEY REMEDY / ROCHESTER, N.Y. U.S.A.”, a “GAY-U-BA / FOR KIDNEY COMPLAINTS / W.P. DIGGS & CO. / SOLE PROP’S. ST. LOUIS”, a “STODDARD’S / KIDNEY / LIVER / CATARRH / PREPARATIONS / WORCESTER / MASS.”, and a “KAUFMAN’S / RHEUMATIC & KIDNEY POWDER / S. KAUFMAN & CO. / MARQUETTE, MICH - MADE ONLY BY / S. KAUFMAN & CO. - MARQUETTE, MICH. / REGISTERED”, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, shades of aqua, amber and clear glass, 4” to 10 3/8”h, smooth bases, tooled lips, the Gay-U-Ba’ bottle has 85% of an original label. The Stoddard’s has a tiny edge of base chip. The Horth’s has a tiny side of lip chip. The Kaufman’s has some light spotty stain. The Dr. Murphey’s has a tiny top of lip flake. This lot contains a number of very rare Kidney and Liver embossed bottles and with the exception of the minor non-offensive flaws are in perfect ‘attic’ found condition!

($200.00)      ($400.00 - 700.00)

 

176.  Cathedral Pickle Jar, (Zumwalt, pg. 456), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, light green, 11 1/4”h, smooth base, outward rolled lip. Fine example, nicely detailed embossing and lacking any trace of aqua.

($125.00)      ($350.00 - 475.00)

 

177.  (Lot of 3) Ridged Sauce Bottles, (Zumwalt, pg. 129), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, shades of blue green, 8 1/8” to 8 1/2”h, “E.R.D. & CO. / PAT. FEB’ 74” and “S & D / PAT. APP FOR”, on smooth bases, tooled and applied mouths. All three are in perfect condition, but the larger bottle has some minor content stain.

($100.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

178.  “SVCJCO” (monogram), Fruit Bottle, American, ca. 1875 - 1885, aqua small mouth quart, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect Condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -140.00)

 

179.  “DEXTER” / (Wreath of Fruits) / “IMPROVED”, (SFJR, #334), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, aqua quart, smooth base, ground lip, original “DEXTER IMPROVED / PATENTED AUG. 8, 1865” embossed glass lid and zinc screw band. Perfect condition, some glass whittle.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

180.  “LAFAYETTE” (in script), (SFJR, #670), American, ca. 1885 - 1895, aqua quart, smooth base, tooled lip, original “PATENTED / SEPT 12, 1884 / AUG. 4, 1885” embossed apple green glass stopper and metal two piece cast iron cam lever clamp. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 200.00)

 

181.  “MILLVILLE / ATMOSPHERIC / FRUIT JAR - WHITALL’S PATENT / JUNE 18TH 1861”, (SFJR, #941), American, ca. 1861 - 1880, aqua quart, smooth base, applied mouth, original “WHITALL’S PATENT JUNE 18TH 1861” glass lid and cast iron yoke clamp. An in making paper-thin open surface bubble is on the shoulder, otherwise in perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

182.  “PEERLESS”, (SFJR, #1042), Pennsylvania, ca. 1863 - 1870, aqua half-gallon, smooth base, applied mouth, original “PATENTED FEB. 13. 1863” embossed glass lid and threaded cast iron yoke clamp. A 1 3/4” long stress crack follows the contour of the underside of the applied mouth in the neck.

($30.00)      ($60.00 - 80.00)

 

183.  “SAFETY VALVE / (triangle) / PAT’D MAY 21, 1895”, (on the base), (SFJR, #1148.5), American, ca. 1895 - 1905, greenish aqua ‘Greek Key’ pattern half-gallon, smooth base, ground lip, original concave glass lid and metal cam lever closure. Perfect condition. ($50.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

184.  “SUN” (inside a sun) / “TRADE MARK”, (SFJR. $1251), American, ca. 1895 - 1900, pale aqua pint, “J.P. BARSTOW” on smooth base, ground lip, original ‘Monier’s Pat. Apr 1 90 Mar 12 95’ embossed cast iron clamp. The jar and closure are in perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

185.  (Lot of 2) “THE PEARL” and “THE / QUEEN”, (SFJR, #1041 & #1100), American, ca. 1868 - 1875, aqua quarts, “PATD NOV 2 1869” and “PATD DEC 17 61 REIS SEP 1 68 PATD NOV 26 1867” on smooth bases, ground lips. The Pearl has the correct embossed glass lid. The lid on the Queen is embossed, “PATENTED SEPTEMBER 24TH 1872”, both have the correct zinc screw on bands. Both jars are perfect.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

186.  Wide Mouth Jar with wheel and slanted twist fluted shoulder and side of base, (SFJR, #240.9), Ohio, ca. 1900 - 1905, clear glass half-gallon size, smooth base, ground lip, original Eagle in Flight standing on a Globe glass lid and screw band closure. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

187.  (Lot of 2) Jars, one has a Scroll pattern, the other is unembossed, (SFJR, #1010.4d), American, ca. 1890 - 1900, opaque white and opaque powder blue milk glass, 4 3/8” and 4 7/8”h, smooth bases, original matching color glass lids and screw bands. A 3/8” by 1/8” chip is off the underside edge of the lid on the blue milk glass jar. ($50.00)      ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

188.  (Lot of 3) “COHANSEY”, a “MRS. G.E. HALLER / PATD. FEB. 25, 73”, (on stopper), and a “CHAMPION SYRUP / REFINING CO. / INDIANAPOLIS”, (SFJR, #284, #510 & #264.2), American, ca. 1873 - 1890, aqua quarts and pint, smooth bases, applied mouth and ground lips, the Cohansey and Haller jars have the original closures. All three jars are perfect, but the stopper on the Mrs. Haller jar has a 1/4” in size opening with a 3” horizontal crack that follows the edge of the lower screw thread.

($100.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

189.  (Lot of 3) “FLACCUS BROS. / STEERS (steers head) HEAD / FRUIT JAR”, a ‘Vine and Fern’ Jar, and an Figural Owl Jar, (SFJR, #427, #1010.4 & #1010,4d), West Virginia, ca. 1890 - 1910, opaque milk glass and clear glass pints, smooth bases, ground and ABM lips, all have the clear glass and milk glass embossed lids, and screw band. The milk glass lid on the Owl Jar is unembossed. The Vine and Fern jar has a 1/8” ‘bruise’ on the shoulder and some lid damage. The lid on the Flaccus is stuck.

($80.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

190.  (Lot of 32) Fruit Jar Glass Closures, Zinc Screw on Caps and Bands for ‘Kline’, ‘Hero’, ‘Cohansey’, various ‘Mason’ jars including midgets, ‘Excelsior’, ‘Moore’, ‘Lafayette’, “Millville’, ‘Winslow’, ‘Smalley’, ‘Lightning’, ‘Woodbury’, etc, (8) Zinc Bands, (11) Zinc ‘Midget’ jar lids and (2) boxes of ‘Fruit Jar Rings’, American, ca. 1865 - 1900, all are aqua except for one amber Cohansey, 14 of the glass lids have various degrees of chipping, several others are stained. Four of the midget jar lids have openings or are heavily tarnished.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

191.  “DR. ANTHONY’S - ANGOSTURA - IMPROVED BITTERS - PHILA. PA., U.S.A.”, (Ring/Ham A-71.5), Pennsylvania, ca. 1880 - 1895, yellow amber, 8 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. Perfect condition, unusual form. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($180.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

192.  “GEO. BENZ / & / SON / APPETINE / BITTERS / ST. PAUL, MINN.”, (Ring/Ham, A-78.2), Minnesota, ca. 1890  1900, deep reddish puce with a hint of amber, 8 1/8”h, “PAT. / NOV. 23 / 1887", on smooth base, tooled lip. Nice example, a very attractive highly embossed bottle!

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

193.  “BAKER’S / ORANGE GROVE - BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, B-9), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber with copper tone semi-cabin, roped corners, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth. About perfect. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($180.00)      ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

194.  “DR. BELL’S - BLOOD / PURIFYING - BITTERS - THE GREAT / ENGLISH / REMEDY”, (Ring/Ham, B-56), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, amber, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth.

($80.00)      ($150.00 -250.00)

 

195.  “BIG / BILL / BEST / BITTERS” - (reverse side is identical), (Ring/Ham, B-95), American, ca. 1885 - 1900, amber, 12”h, smooth base, tooled lip, 90% front and back original labels. The bottle is perfect, the labels have some discoloration and loss of graphics.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

196.  “BROWN’S / CELEBRATED / INDIAN HERB BITTERS - PATENTED / FEB. 11 / 1868”, (Ring/Ham, B-226), Pennsylvania, ca. 1868 - 1875, medium amber shading to a more yellowish amber Indian Princess, 12 1/8”h, smooth base, inward rolled lip. As is most common with this bottle about one-third of the inward rolled lip is missing. Otherwise in overall perfect condition.

($275.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

197.  (Lot of 3) “CURTIS & PERKINS / WILD CHERRY / BITTERS” a “DR. GILLMORE’S / LAXATIVE / KIDNEY & LIVER BITTERS” and a “BLAKE’S / TONIC AND DIURETIC / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, B-122, C-262 &G-43), American, ca. 1840 - 1880, amber and aqua, open pontil and smooth bases, applied tapered collar and tooled mouths. The Curtis & Perkins has a 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the outer edge of the lip. The Blake’s has a tiny edge of base chip and tiny shoulder potstone bruise. The Gillmore’s has a ‘ding’ just below the letter ‘E’ in ‘Liver’.

($120.00)      ($160.00  -220.00)

 

198.  “CARTER’S / LIVER BITTERS / C.M. CO. NEW YORK”, (Ring/Ham C-67), New York, ca. 1885 - 1900, medium golden amber, 8 1/4”h, “W.T. & CO. / U.S.A.” on smooth base, tooled mouth, 98% original label in part reads: ‘Carter’s Liver Bitters for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Malaria, Carter Medicine Co. New York City’. The bottle is perfect. We auctioned this bottle in 2003, it is the only one that we have seen with the original label. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($150.00)      ($275.00  -375.00)

 

199.  “CONGRESS - BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham C-216), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, medium amber, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Pristine perfect. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($180.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

200.  “DANDELION BITTERS / TRADE (motif of dandelion) MARK”, (Ring/Ham D-8), Pennsylvania, ca. 1885 - 1900, medium amber column, 7 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. It appears that a chip off the top of the lip has been polished out. A rare bottle from an Allentown, Pennsylvania company. Probably one of only five or six known examples. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($275.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

201.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-105), New York, ca. 1862 - 1875, medium pinkish puce 6-log cabin, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. About perfect, (a tiny scuff mark is on the edge of the base). Just the right amount of color density and looks great in any lightning.

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 700.00)

 

202.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-108), New York, ca. 1862 - 1875, yellowish olive with amber tone 6-log cabin, 9 7/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. An internal bubble on a corner of the base has a disturbance to its internal covering glass.

($120.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

203.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-108), American, ca. 1862 - 1875, medium apricot or copper puce 6-log cabin, 9 7/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Lightly cleaned, but retains some external dullness, mostly on a log side. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($120.00)      ($250.00  -375.00)

 

204.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-110), New York, ca. 1862 - 1875, medium amber 4-log cabin, 10 1/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Pristine perfect condition.

($70.00)      ($120.00 - 140.00)

 

205.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-110), New York, ca. 1862 - 1875, yellow with amber tone 4-log cabin, 10 1/4 ”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Some minor stain is on the roof peaks. This one is very close to being pure yellow!

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

206.  “H.F. EILERT / CLEVELAND, OHIO” (on both side panels), (Ring/Ham, E-28.5L), Ohio, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass bottle, 10 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip, 99% original front and rear labels in part read: ‘Eilert’s / Waldhauser Grand / Magen / Stomach / Bitters / H.E. Eilert / Cleveland, O.’. The bottle is perfect and has the original contents and neck foil sealant. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

207.  “DOCTOR / FISCH’S BITTERS - W.H. WARE / PATENTED 1866”, (Ring/Ham, F-44), Pennsylvania, ca. 1866 - 1875, amber figural fish, 11 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Some spotty external stain and an in-making spot of glass roughness is on the underside of the collar at the neck. Bold impression, should clean up easily.

($90.00)      ($150.00  -275.00)

 

208.  “THE / FISH BITTERS - W.H. WARE / PATENTED 1866”, (Ring/Ham F-45), Pennsylvania, ca. 1866 - 1875, medium amber figural fish, 11 3/4”h, smooth base, applied ring mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off the edge of the base also a few spots of inside haze, otherwise this well embossed ‘carp’ is in perfect condition. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($150.00)      ($350.00 - 475.00)

 

209.  Miniature Fish Bitters Type Bottle, American, ca. 1870 - 1880, amber, 3”h, smooth base, tooled lip. A tiny flake off the outer edge of the lip appears to have occurred during the lip finishing. A pinhead in size flake is off the edge of the base. Very similar to the full size embossed ‘Fish Bitters’ bottle.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

210.   “DR. GREEN’S - POLEISH - BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, G-107), American, ca. 1850 - 1860, ‘old’ amber cylinder, 10 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Cleaned but still retains a number of ground imperfections mostly in the form of scratches. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($200.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

211.  “DR. HENLEY’S / CALIFORNIA / IXL (inside an oval panel) / BITTERS”, (similar to Ring/Ham, H-82), California, ca. 1870 - 1880, light cornflower blue cylinder, 12 1/8”h, “W. FRANK & SONS PITTS.” on smooth base, applied ring mouth. Perfect condition, a rare California bitters bottle! Larry Umbreit Collection.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

212.  “HOLTZERMANNS / PATENT / STOMACH / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, H-154), Ohio, ca. 1885 - 1895, amber cabin, 7 7/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition.

($180.00)      ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

213.  “DR. JACOB’S / BITTERS - S.A. SPENCER - NEW HAVEN, CT.”, (Ring/Ham, J-11), Connecticut, ca. 1840 - 1860, bluish aqua, 8 1/2”h, open pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Several areas of external stain, but no form of damage. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($90.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

214.  “JONES / UNIVERSAL STOMACH / BITTERS - MANUFACTURED BY / C.O. JONES & CO. / WILLIAMSPORT, PENN”, (Ring/Ham, J-53), Pennsylvania, ca. 1875 - 1885, yellowish amber, 9 1/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Lightly cleaned to original luster, but retains a few very minor imperfections. Larry Umbreit Collection. ($180.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

215.  “C. LEDIARD / ST. LOUIS”, Missouri, ca. 1875 - 1885, amber, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A pinhead in size flake is on a base corner, otherwise perfect. We included this in the bitters bottle category as the name ‘Lediard’ appears on a number of embossed ‘Bitters’ bottles. Also the form and time frame conforms with other known Lediard bottles.

($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

216.  “LASH’S KIDNEY AND / LIVER BITTERS - THE BEST CATHARTIC / AND BLOOD PURIFIER”, (Ring/Ham, L-38), California, ca. 1875 - 1885, red amber, 8 7/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. About perfect, nice example, good glass whittle and red color!

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

217.  “LOHENGRIN / BITTERS / ADOLF MARCUS / VON BUTON / GERMANY”, (Ring/Ham, L-117), German for the American market, ca. 1880 - 1890, opaque milk glass 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition. One of the rarer of the German imports.

($150.00)      ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

218.   “MALABAC BITTERS - M. CZINER CHEMIST”, (Ring/Ham, M-13), American, ca. 1870 - 1880, amber shading to a more yellow amber ladies leg, 11 3/4”h, “THIS BOTTLE NOT TO BE SOLD” on smooth base, applied double collar mouth, blown in a three part mold. Perfect condition, rated as extremely rare! Ex. Judge MacKenzie Collection. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

219.  (Lot of 2) an (Elephant inside a circle) / “CARL MAMPE / BERLIN”, and a “UDOLPHO WOLFE - SCHIEDAM - AROMATIC / SCHNAPPS”, (Ring/Ham, M-24L and Denzin, WOL-31), American and German, ca. 1845 - 1895, shades of olive green, 6 1/4” and 8 1/4”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, applied mouths. The Udolpho Wolfe has been cleaned, but retains a considerable amount of ground etching, which is mostly on a label panel.

($120.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

220.  “MISHLER’S HERB BITTERS” - (graduated scale) / “TABLE SOON GRADUATION - MISHLER / HERB BITTER CO”, (Ring/Ham, M-100), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellow with amber tone, 9”h, “STOECKEL’S GRD / PAT FEB 6, 66”, on smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

221.  (Lot of 2) “H.H. WARNER & CO” / (motif of a canoe) / “TIPPECANOE”, and a “MISHLER’S HERB BITTERS” - (Graduated Scale) - MISHLER’S HERB BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, M-101), (Ojea, #47), New York, ca. 1875 - 1890, amber and yellowish amber, 8 7/8” & 9 1/8”h, “PAT. NOV, 20, 83 / ROCHESTER N.Y.” and “STOECKELS GRAD / PAT. FEB, 11, 66” on smooth bases, applied mouths. The Mishler’s has some spotty stain. The Tippecanoe has a tiny chip off the letter ‘T’.

($50.00)      ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

222.  Self-Framed Advertising Sign, ‘Mishler’s / (Anchor) / Herb / Bitters / For Sale / Here’, Pennsylvania, ca. 1875 - 1885, multicolored lithe paper sign, 10” wide, 14” high, (not including the wooden frame). Several faint 1” tears are along the edge, also some edge staining, but in overall nice condition. Probably rare as we have not seen another.

($90.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

223.  Advertising Sign, ‘Lash’s Kidney and Liver Bitters / (nude woman at a waterfalls) / Cures Constipation’, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, 21 3/4” by 15” in size, curled corners and side edges, raised green lettering, original hanging chain. Some very minor rust spots, but in overall nice condition.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

224.  John Root Bitters Advertising Trade Card, (Ring/Ham, 90.4 trade card), New York, ca. 1875 - 1885, multicolored lithe trade card showing four men with telescopes watching a ‘John Roots Bitters’ moon. ‘The Great Family Medicine’ is across the bottom. A listing of what it cures and ‘Sold by All Druggists, Manf’d by Roots & Tyrer, Buffalo, N.Y.’ is on the back, 2 7/8” by 4” in size. Extremely fine uncalculated condition. Ring/Ham mentions that trade cards for John Roots exist.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

225.  “JOHN / MOFFAT - NEW YORK - PHOENIX / BITTERS - PRICE $1.00”, (Ring/Ham, M-112), New York, ca. 1835 - 1855, yellowish olive green, 5 5/8”h, open pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A 1 1/4” long stress crack is below the shoulder on the Phoenix Bitters panel.

($40.00)      ($120.00 - 180.00)

 

226.  “NIBOL / KIDNEY AND LIVER / BITTERS - THE BEST TONIC / LAXATIVE BLOOD PURIFIER”, (Ring/Ham, N-31), Missouri, ca. 1890 - 1910, amber, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip, 97% original front and rear labels and contents. Perfect condition. Possibly unique with labels and contents! Larry Umbreit Collection.

($200.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

227.  “OLD / HOMESTEAD / WILD CHERRY / BITTERS - PATENT”, (Ring/Ham, O-37), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber cabin, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, nice example.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

228.  “OREGON / GRAPE ROOT / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, O-77), California, ca. 1885 - 1900, clear glass with amethyst tone cylinder, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Some light spotty stain, otherwise perfect. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 200.00)

 

229.  “PEPSIN / CALISAYA BITTERS - DR RUSSELL MED. CO”, (Ring/Ham P-50), American, ca. 1890 -1900, light lime green, 8 1/8”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. Some spotty external stain and a tiny edge of base flake exists. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($60.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

230.  “PATENTED 1884 / DR. PETZOLD’S / GENUINE / BITTERS / INCPT. 1862”, (Ring/Ham, P-74), Maryland, ca. 1880 - 1890, amber semi-cabin, 10 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip, original neck foil. Some areas of external stain, but no damage.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

231.  “POLO CLUB / TRADE (monogram) MARK / STOMACH BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham P-117), American, ca. 1880 - 1900, amber, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. A few light scratches are on a label panel, otherwise in overall pristine condition. Larry Umbreit Collection. ($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

232.  ‘Wheeler’s / Tonic / Sherry / Wine / Bitters’ Decanter, (Ring/Ham, pg. 574), American, ca. 1850 - 1870, clear glass hourglass form, with 80% of the original gold, black and red hand painted decoration, 8 1/8”h, polished pontil, tooled lip. The bottle is perfect. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

233.  “JOHN C. HURST / PHILADA, - RISING SUN - BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, R-66), Pennsylvania, ca. 1870 - 1880, amber, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off a shoulder panel edge, otherwise in pristine condition. ($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

234.  “DR. C.W. ROBACK’S / STOMACH BITTERS / CINCINNATI, O”, (Ring/Ham, R-74), Ohio, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber barrel, 9 1/4”h, amber barrel, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A few light scratches exist, mostly on the reverse of the embossing.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

235.  “ROSE HILL - STOMACH BITTERS - H.M. MOSHER & CO / NEW YORK”, (Ring/Ham R-92), New York, ca. 1870 - 1880, medium amber, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Cleaned, but retains some ground imperfections. A potstone located on the ‘Mosher’ embossed side has a 3/8” stress crack traveling across it. Larry Umbreit Collection.

 ($60.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

236.  (Motif Rampart Lion and Unicorn) / HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE / ROYAL PEPSIN / STOMACH BITTERS / L & A SCHARFF / SOLE AGENTS / ST LOUIS. U.S. & CANADA”, (Ring/Ham, R-113), American, ca. 1890 - 1910, red amber, 9”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Overall glass dullness and a number of scratches. Also a 1/8” ‘bruise’ is located in the letter ‘A’ in ‘Stomach’.

($40.00)      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

237.  “SALMON’S / PERFECT / STOMACH / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, S-19), American, ca. 1885 - 1895, amber, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Some moderate exterior scratches exist, but no form of damage. This one is not perfect, but is a very rare bottle! Larry Umbreit Collection.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

238.  “PHD & CO.” (monogram),(Ring/Ham, S-47), Louisiana, ca. 1865 - 1880, opaque milk glass ladies leg, 12 1/8”h, “SAZERAC AROMATIC BITTERS” on smooth base, applied ring mouth. Perfect condition. ($120.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

239.  “SCHROEDER’S / BITTERS / LOUISVILLE, KY.”, (Ring/Ham S-65), Kentucky, ca. 1870 - 1880, medium golden amber lady’s leg, 11 5/8”h, “KY. G.W. CO” on smooth base, applied mouth, blown in a four-part mold. Some faint spotty inside stain or dried contents, otherwise perfect. Nice example and having some glass whittle. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

240.  “STOCKTON’S / PORT WINE / SW TRADE MARK (monogram) / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, S-198), California, ca. 1875 - 1885, amber, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. A tiny sliver type chip follows the contour of the edge of a shoulder panel. Also some external dullness. Both flaws are very minor. Larry Umbreit Collection.
($150.00)      ($275.00  -375.00)

 

241.  “SUFFOLK BITTERS - PHILBROOK & TUCKER / BOSTON”, (Ring/Ham, S-217), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber figural pig bottle, 9 3/4” long, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. An area of scratches is located below the embossing on the Suffolk Bitters side, otherwise perfect. Ex. Stuart Elman Collection #133. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($375.00)      ($500.00 - 800.00)

 

242.  Labeled Bitters, “DR. J. HOSTETTER’S / STOMACH BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham T-53), American, ca. 1880 - 1890, amber, 8 5/8”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. 95% original front and rear labels for ‘Traudt’s Alterative Bitters, Manufactured by Francis J. Traudt, Ph. B. St. Louis, Mo., U.S. Pure Food and Drug Act, June 30th, 1906, etc.’ The bottle is perfect. Obviously a reused bottle by the Traudt’s Bitters Company. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

243.  “TYLER’S / STANDARD / AMERICAN / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, T-72), American, ca. 1870 - 1880, reddish amber, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A few minor scratches and scuff marks, otherwise in overall excellent condition. Here’s a rare one! Larry Umbreit Collection.

($180.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

244.  “DR. WHEELER’S / SHERRY WINE / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, W-86), American, ca. 1865 -1875, greenish aqua, 8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. About perfect, Good glass whittle, some air bubbles. Ex. Carlyn Ring Collection. Larry Umbreit Collection.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

245.  “WHITE’S - STOMACH - BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham W-101), American, ca. 1870 - 1880, amber, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition. Extremely rare, the last one selling at auction was in 1995! Larry Umbreit Collection.

($180.00)      ($350.00  -350.00)

 

246.  Figural Clock Whiskey Nip, “HERE’S TO YOU / MERRY CHRISTMAS / HAPPY / NEW CENTURY / AND / MANY OF THEM” - Clock Face and the letters “BIG”, American, ca. 1900, opaque milk glass, 4 3/4”h, smooth base, ground lip, original metal screw on cap. Perfect condition. Ex. George & Helen Storey Collection.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

247.  Octopus on a “1871” Coin Whiskey Nip, (Ferson, 502), American, ca. 1871 - 1875, opaque milk glass, 4 1/2”h, smooth base, ground lip has a minor chip, metal screw on cap is not original. Several pieces of additional glass, probable left from a prior blow are adhered to the base. The Octopuses tentacles draped over the coin represent the American railroads who in the 1870’s attempt to manipulate prices that directly affected the American farmers.

 ($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

248.  Elks Tooth Whiskey Nip Flask, (Ferson, #517), American, ca. 1890 - 1910, opaque milk glass, 3 7/9”h, smooth base, ground lip, original metal screw on cap. Perfect condition and retains some of the original gold paint.

($40.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

249.  “WORLD’S FAIR / 1893” Figural Potato Whiskey Nip, Ferson, #494), American, ca. 1893, opaque milk glass with original brown paint, 4 3/4”h, smooth base, ground lip, original metal screw on cap. Perfect condition, a scarce souvenir from the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair!

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

250.  Embossed Eagle and Chain ‘Souvenir of Belding, Mich’ Whiskey Nip, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, opalescent milk glass, 3 5/8”h, smooth base, ground lip, original metal screw on cap. 90% original paint. Perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

251.  Piece of Coal Whiskey Nip, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, black amethyst, 3 1/2”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip, original metal screw on cap. Perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

252.  Jacket Form Whiskey nip, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, opaque milk glass, 4 7/8”h, “2 DEC. PAT.” on smooth base, ground lip, original metal screw on cap. Perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

253.  “LIFE PRESERVER” Whiskey Nip, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, opaque milk glass, life preserver form, 5 1/2”h, “PAT APPLIED FOR” on smooth base, tooled lip. A flat 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the base at the edge. Ex. Margaret Horsman Collection.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

254.  (Lot of 2) “MORNING” / (woman’s face) / “NIP”, (Ferson #445), American, ca. 1885 - 1900, opaque milk glass, 5”h, smooth base, ground lip, original metal screw on cap. Perfect condition and retains some of the original red and yellow paint.

($40.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

255.  Whiskey Nip, Seeing Eye - “PAT. APLD FOR / EYE / OPENER”, (Ferson, #490), American, ca. 1890- - 1910, opaque milk glass, 5” long, smooth base, sheared and ground lip, 99% original multicolored paint and screw on cap. Perfect condition. Very hard to find with the original paint intact.

($70.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

256.  “PAT. APLD. FOR / EYE / OPENER” Whiskey Nip Flask, (Ferson, #490), American, ca. 1895 - 1910, opaque milk glass figural eye, 5” long, smooth base, ground lip, original screw on metal cap. Perfect condition and retains much of the original multicolored paint.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

257.  “PAT. APLD. FOR / TEAR / DROPS” Whiskey Nip Flask, American, ca. 1895 - 1910, opaque milk glass figural eye, 3 7/8” long, smooth base, ground lip, original screw on metal cap original black paint. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

258.  (Lot of 2) Whiskey Nip Flasks “GOOD” (man face wearing a night cap) “NIGHT” and a “NIGHT (mans face wearing a night cap) “CAP”, (Ferson #515), American, ca. 1885 - 1900, opaque milk glass, 4”h, smooth bases, ground lips. The ‘Night Cap’ flask has the original metal screw on cap and original paint. Both are in perfect condition.

($70.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

259.  (Lot of 2) Figural Whiskey Nips, a Turkey and Santa Going Down a Chimney, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, amber, 4 1/2” long and 5 3/4”h, smooth bases, ground and tooled lips. Both are in perfect condition, but the turkey is missing the screw on cap.

($50.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

260.  (Lot of 3) Whiskey Nips, a Turtle, “GOOD (Horseshoe) LUCK”, (on the base), a Clam Shell, “PAT. APPL FOR”, and a Monkey above “CHEST / NUTS” - (a woman’s derriere is on the reverse), American, c. 1890 - 1910, clear glass, 3 5/8” to 5 1/2”h, smooth bases, ground lips, all have the original screw on caps, the clam shell has 90% of the original paint. All three are in perfect condition.

($100.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

261.  Label Only Whiskey Flask, ‘A Merry Christmas / A Happy New Year, / Compliments of / W.M. Walker & Co / York, Pa.’, Pennsylvania, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass pumpkinseed flask, 4”h, smooth base, tooled lip, 95% original multicolored label. The bottle is perfect.

 ($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

262.  Schafer & Vater Whiskey Nipper, Thirteen Men with Happy Faces, ‘Freut Euch des Lebens’ (Rejoice in Life), is at the base, German, ca. 1895 - 1915, bisque pottery with white and blue decoration, 4 5/8”h, the number '8790 and a crown' are impressed on the base, original blue glazed closure. An area of the base near the edge may possibly been ground down. 

($30.00)      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

263.  Applied Handle Flask, (image of Our Lady of Kodenska) / “MATKA BOZA KODENSKA” (Mother of God of Kodenska) - (Madonna with child) / “POD TWOIA OBRONA”, (under your protection) / (embossed Monastery of Jana Gora) / SWIATYNIA JASNEJ GORY”, (Monastery of Jana Gora), Polish, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 7”h, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled mouth, applied handle. A few rings of inside stain exist, but no form of damage. A very rare handled flask.

($250.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

264.  Embossed Monk’s Whiskey Bottle, American, ca. 1880 - 1895, red amber with a hint of puce, 10”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect. Six cathedral type arched panels surround the bottle, each panel has a differently embossed standing Monk.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

265.  Metal encased Whiskey Bottle is embossed on one panel, “BRUNHILD, SIMON & CO. / PHILADELPHIA, PA.”,  Pennsylvania, ca. 1880 - 1895, clear glass, part of the metal casing has  ‘Monogram / Rye Whiskey / M.B. Schlicher / Spinnerstown, Pa.’ the casing has an overall fancy scroll and leaf pattern, 11 5/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip, original metal chain and cap closure. The bottle is perfect, the metal casing is missing several pieces at the base. Very unusual and probably very rare!

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

266.  “CONSTITUTIONAL / BEVERAGE - W. OLMSTEAD & CO. - NEW YORK”, New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber semi-cabin, 10 1/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. A tiny open bubble is off a panel edge. Also some spotty stain.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

267.  “JNO. F, HORNE / KNOXVILLE, TENN.” - ANCHOR, (Denzin, HOR-11), Tennessee, ca. 1880 - 1895, yellowish amber strapsided quart, smooth base, tooled double collar mouth. Pristine perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($180.00  -275.00)

 

268.  “MO COCKTAILS / E.H. CO. - MO COCKTAILS / E.H. CO.”, American, ca. 1875 - 1885, yellowish olive green, irregular four sided bottle, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. Some spotty neck stain, otherwise perfect. A rare bottle in an unusual form.

($120.00)      ($275.00  -475.00)

 

269.  “WELTY’S / PRIVATE WR & CO (monogram) STOCK / RYE / WHISKEY”, American, ca. 1895 - 1910, amber cylinder, 11 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Some spotty stain.

($30.00)      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

270.  “SOUTH (motif of a Palmetto Tree) CAROLINA / DISPENSARY”, (Huggins, #264), South Carolina, ca. 1893 - 1907, clear glass cylinder, 9 5/8”h, smooth base, tooled double collar mouth. Fine example, scarce colorless glass.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

271.  (Lot of 2) Case Gin Bottles, “P HOPPE / SCHIEDAM - P. HOPPE / SCHIEDAM” and an Unembossed Bottle, Dutch, ca. 1885 - 1895, olive green, 10 1/2” and 12”h, smooth bases, applied tapered collar mouths. Both are in perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

272.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Handled Whiskeys, American, ca. 1855 - 1865, medium amber, 7 7/8” and 9”h, open pontils, sheared and tooled lips, applied handles and mouths. The shorter bottle has a few scratches near the base.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

273.  (Lot of 4) Whiskey Decanters, “OLD TIMES WHISKEY / FIRST PRIZE WORLD’S FAIR 1893”, an ‘Archi-Lowe / Scotch', a ‘Monogram / Whiskey / Rosskam, Gerstley & Co. Phila.’, and  ‘Scotch’ (impressed on a metal neck label), American, ca. 1880 - 1900, reddish amber and clear glass, 6 1/2” to 9 7/8”h, smooth bases, tooled lips, the Reddish amber bottle has an applied handle, The ‘Archi-Lamg’ and ‘Monogram’ clear glass decanters have recessed gold lettering and original ground glass stoppers. The ‘Old Times Whiskey’ has 98% of its original wicker casing.  The metal ‘Scotch’ also has, ‘Pat. July 18. 83, Fred Kuenne, N.Y. - L & M Goldsticker, N.Y.’ empressed along each edge. All four are in perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

274.  (Lot of 4) “PROSSKAM GERSTLEY & CO / OLD SARATOGA / EXTRA FINE / WHISKEY / PHILADELPHIA” a “PROSSKAM GERSTLEY & CO / FINE OLD / WHISKEY / PHILADELPHIA” a “T H & CO. / PHILA.” (on an applied shoulder seal), and a “J.F.T. & CO. / ESTABLISHED / 1821 / PHILADA.”, (on an applied shoulder seal), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1885, orange amber and clear glass quarts, 9 7/8”h, smooth bases, tooled and applied mouths, two have an seal, double collar mouths. The ‘T.H. & Co.’ has a 1/2” by 1/4” in size iridescent ‘bruise’ is in the neck below the collar and a two 1/2” long stress cracks in the shoulder. The ‘J.F.T. & Co.’ has a 1/2” by 1/4” chip off the edge of the base with a 1/4” long crack stemming from it. Also a 3/8” chip is off the underside of the applied seal.

($60.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

275.  (Lot of 6) Miniature Jugs, ‘Ridgeway Straight Corn Whiskey, H.L. Sprinkle Dist. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.’, a ‘Detrick’s Thirteen Year Old Rye Malt Whiskey,Tippecanoe City, Ohio’, a ‘The Karoline Korne, Two 1 Gal. Glass Bottle, Gulf Distilling Co., Pensacola, Fla.’ a ‘Compliments of Langdon & Co., Algona, Iowa’, a ‘The O.L Gregory Vinegar Co, Elko County Pure Apple Juice Vinegar, Paducah, KY.’, and a ‘Compliments of J.J. Boss, Jess City, Mo,’ (script jug), American, ca. 1890 - 1915, (5) are cream color, two have brown glaze shoulders and handles, black transfers. The script jug has overall Albany slip, 3 1/8” to 3 1/4”h, all have handles. The Ridgeway Straight Rye has some mouth roughness. The Boss script jug has a 1/8” side of lip chip.

($250.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

276.  (Lot of 6) Whiskey Flasks, “TRY IT”, a “PICNIC”, a “McKIBBINS / TRADE MARK / REGISTERED / EST. 1871” and (3) “STAR” (inside a five pointed star), American, ca. 1880 - 1900, shades of amber, yellow amber light green and aqua, 4” to 6”h, smooth bases, tooled and applied lips. The Pitkin pumpkinseed flask has some light stain and a tiny edge of base roughness, all the others are in perfect condition. Some scarce flasks in this lot!

($200.00)      ($350.00  -450.00)

 

277.  Cottage Ink, “S.I. / COMP.”, (Covill, fig. 681), Pennsylvania, ca. 1875 - 1890, opaque milk glass cottage, 2 5/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition and considerably harder to find in milk glass. The Senate Ink Company was located in Philadelphia.

($200.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

278.  “BUTLERS INK / CINCINNATI.”, (Faulkner, pg. 17), Ohio, ca. 1840 - 1860, aqua, 12-sided, 3”h, open pontil, inward rolled lip. Lightly cleaned to its original luster. A small white bubble on the inward rolled lip was created when some of the polishing compound entered the bubble through a tiny opening in the edge. 

($100.00)      ($170.00 - 220.00)

 

279.  “HARRISON’S - COLUMBIAN - INK”, (Covill, 761), Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, aqua, 12-sided, 7 3/8”h, open pontil, applied mouth. A 1/4” chip is off the underside of the flared out part of the lip. Crude pebbly glass.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 190.00)

 

280.  Blown Three Piece Mold Geometric Ink, (Covill, fig. 1186), Keene Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, ca. 1815 - 1830, dark olive green, 1 3/4”h, open pontil, tooled disc mouth. A 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the base at the edge. Scarce GII-18b pattern, pure green color.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

281.  Umbrella Ink, (Covill, fig. 128), American, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium blue green, 8-sided, 2 1/2”h, “SI” embossed on a tubular open pontil base, inward rolled lip. Overall light external stain, but no form of damage.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

282.  Umbrella Ink, (Covill, fig. 133), American, ca. 1840 1860, medium blue green, 8-sided, 2 1/4”h, open pontil, inward rolled lip. Perfect condition. A sizable internal fold of glass travels around the entire bottle. Very unusual.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

283.  Umbrella Ink, (Covill, fig. 141), New England, ca. 1840 - 1860, olive yellow, 8-sided, 2 5/8”h, open pontil, inward rolled lip. Perfect condition, good glass whittle and color density.

($250.00)      ($400.00  -600.00)

 

284.  Umbrella Ink, (Covill, fig. 153), Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, New Hampshire, ca. 1850 - 1860, deep ‘old’ amber, 16-sided, 2 1/8”h, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A few very light scratches, otherwise in perfect condition. A classic Stoddard umbrella ink!

($275.00)      ($400.00 - 800.00)

 

285.  Blown Inkwell, possibly American, ca. 1800 - 1810, light apple green, square form, 1 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled lip. Appears to have been blown in a tiny dip mold and could be earlier than we indicate. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

286.  Blown Master Ink, American, ca. 1850 - 1865, teal green, 9 3/4”h, open pontil, applied mouth with hand tooled pour spout. The upper part of the tooled pour spout has been chipped away. Also, a potstone located at midpoint in the body has a 1/4” long stress crack traveling across it.

($30.00)      ($120.00 - 150.00)

 

287.  “AMSTER - STOCKING / DARNER / PAT. APL. FOR”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1885 - 1900, cobalt blue, 5 1/2”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. 100% original label reads: ‘Amster’s / Stocking Darner / N.A. Amster / Royersford, Pa.’  Perfect condition.

($90.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

288.  “AMSTER - STOCKING / DARNER / PAT. APL. FOR”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1885 - 1900, emerald green, 5 1/2”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition, but in a considerably rarer color!

($90.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

289.  Target Ball, “BOGARDUS GLASS BALL - PATD. APRL 10. 1877” (in a center band), English, ca. 1880 - 1900, medium sapphire blue, 2 5/8” diameter, rough sheared lip. Perfect condition, crude pebbly glass, scarce color.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

290.  Target Ball, “GLASFAB. ANDREASHUTTE - GRAFL. ZU SOLMS.”, German, ca. 1880 - 1900, clear glass, overall diamond pattern above and below the embossed center band, 2 5/8” in diameter, rough sheared mouth on a long neck. Perfect condition. A rare German ball! 

($300.00)      ($475.00 - 550.00)

 

291.  Target Ball, “GLASFAB. ANDREASHUTTE - GRAFL. ZU SOLMS.”, German, ca. 1880 - 1900, red amber, overall diamond pattern above and below the embossed center band, 2 5/8” in diameter, rough sheared mouth on a long neck. Perfect condition and full of trapped air bubbles. Identical to lot 290 except in a nicer color.   ($300.00)      ($475.00 - 550.00)

 

292.  Target Ball, German, ca. 1880 - 1900, black amethyst, overall diamond pattern, 2 5/8” in diameter, rough sheared lip. Perfect condition. Extremely rare color for any target ball.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

293.  Target Ball, “STACEY SETTLE ST. LONDON” (on the base), English, ca. 1880 - 1900, cobalt blue, diamond pattern, embossed flat base, rough sheared lip has a ‘U’ shaped piece out of it. Some light exterior haze. This is a very rare target ball, and the only one we know of with the embossing on a flat base. 

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

294.  Target Ball, Czechoslovakia, ca. 1880 - 1900, bright yellowish green or citron color, overall diamond pattern, 2 5/8” in diameter, rough sheared lip. Fine example, scarce ball.

($150.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

295.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, light cranberry red, overall diamond pattern, 3 5/8”h, pontil scarred base, flared out rim. A 1/8” in size chip is off the outer edge of the flared out lip, otherwise perfect. Not to be confused with the ‘flashed’ cranberry red lights, this is the true color of the glass.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

296.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, golden yellow amber 20-rib pattern twisted to the left, 3 3/8”h, pontil scarred base, inward rolled rim. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

297.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, amethyst, 16-broken rib pattern, 3 5/8”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

298.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, teal green with a subtle maroon striation, 20-ogival pattern, 2 3/4”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim, original hanging wire. Perfect condition, scarce color.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

299.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, medium cobalt blue, 24-vertical rib pattern, 2 3/4”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim. Perfect condition, very rare bulbous form.

($120.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

300.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, emerald green, 16-ogival pattern, 3”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim, original handing wire. Perfect condition, great impression, brilliant green color.

($90.00)      ($150.00  -275.00)

 

301.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, turquoise blue, 28-ogival pattern, 3 1/8”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim, original handing wire. Perfect condition.

($90.00)      ($150.00  -275.00)

 

302.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, medium amethyst, 20-diamond pattern, 2 3/4”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim. Perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

303.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, smoky topaz color, 16-diamond pattern, 2 7/8”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim. Perfect condition, great impression, very rare color!

($120.00)      ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

304.  Victorian Period Xmas Light, probably English, ca. 1860 - 1880, cobalt blue, 20-diamond pattern, 3”h, pontil scarred base, flared out and inward folded rim, original hanging wire. Perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

305.  (Lot of 2) Barber Bottle, ‘Stars and Stripes’ Pattern, American, ca. 1890 - 1920, opalescent cranberry red and turquoise blue with white pattern, 7”h, pontil scarred bases, tooled lips, one has the original metal dispenser closure. Perfect condition.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

306.  Figural Oriental Man Bottle, “TRADE MARK / SHAKE ME WELL / BEFORE USING / JAPANESE / POLISH - GLOSS / PRIMICERIO & CO, - SOLE PROPRIETORS & MANUFACTURERS / BALTIMORE, MD.”, Maryland, ca. 1880 - 1895, reddish amber figural bottle, 6 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled lip. About perfect, (a few spots of light stain). Scarce larger size.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

307.  Pattern Molded Fly Trap, Belgium or French, ca. 1840 - 1880, lime green, 12- expanded ogival pattern, 7”h, sheared and ground lip, three applied feet and neck ring. Perfect condition. Extremely rare, one of only a very few colored fly traps blown in a pattern mold.
($250.00)      ($400.00 - 700.00)

 

308.  Freeblown Fly Tray, American or European, ca. 1840 - 1880, light cobalt blue, 6 1/4”h, sheared and ground lip, three applied feet, and neck ring. A tiny potstone located at midpoint in the body has a tiny cooling radiation traveling across it. Extremely rare, one of only a very few examples in cobalt blue glass.

($180.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

309.  Freeblown Fly Trap, “MADAME TRUCHOT / NEE DUPLO / BREVETEE SGDG” (is embossed on an upside-down applied seal), French, ca. 1840 - 1880 clear glass, 7 1/2”h, sheared and ground lip, three applied feet, seal and neck ring. Perfect condition. The English translation ‘Madame Truchot / Born Duplo / Patented Without Guarantee of the Government’. Sealed fly traps are extremely rare!
($180.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

310.  Blown Two Piece Fly Trap, European, ca. 1870 - 1900, clear glass, 6 5/8”h, the lower section has three molded feet and an indented channel. The domed lid fits into the indented channel. Perfect condition.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

311.  Freeblown Hanging Fly Trap, probably European, ca. 1850 - 1870, clear glass, 7”h, tooled base opening, rough sheared and unfinished lip, blown in a four part mold. Some milky inside content stain, but no form of damage.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

312.  Hanging Fly Trap, “TERQUE” (embossed on a molded seal), Spanish, ca. 1920 - 1940, pinkish amethyst color, 5”h, rough sheared and pressed in base opening, ABM lip. Perfect condition. ‘Terque’ is a village in Andalusia, Spain.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

313.  Blown Hanging or Standing Moth Trap, German, ca. 1870 - 1890, smoky sapphire blue, 5 3/8”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition. Crude textured glass, possible from being blown in a two part wooden mold. Very unusual in both function and color!

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

314.  “OTTERBURN LITHIA SPRING” / (motif of an otter on a log) / “GREATEST KNOWN WATER FOR / DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, KIDNEY / LIVER AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS / AMELIA, C.H. VA.”, Virginia, ca. 1875 - 1890, aqua half-gallon, 10 7/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition. A rare spring water bottle from Amelia Court House, Virginia!

($150.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

315.  “WAMPOLE’S / ELK LITHIA” / (motif of a standing Elk) / “SPRING WATER / ELKTON, VA.”, Virginia, ca. 1880 - 1900, aqua half-gallon, 10 3/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip. A flat 3/8” by 1/4” chip is off the side of the lip, also some spotty internal stain.

($50.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

316.  “JEROME MARBLE & CO. / 5 PINTS / WORCESTER, MASS.”, Massachusetts, ca. 1880 - 1895, medium teal blue color, 11 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip, original ground glass stopper. A flat 3/16” chip is off the side of the lip.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

317.  “BUFFALO / LITHIA WATER” / (motif of a woman holding a pitcher) / “NATURES / MATERIA / MEDICA / TRADE MARK”, American, ca. 1875 - 1885, medium blue green color, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Some slight outer edge of lip roughness has a 1/8” chip. A partial open bubble is located just above the ‘W’ in “Water’. Scarce color, very bold impression.

($120.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

318.  “MAGEE’S / CHLORINATED / LITHIA / SPRING WATER / CLARKSVILLE / MECKLENBURG CO. / VA.”, Virginia, ca. 1880 - 1895, aqua half-gallon, 10”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

319.  “TRADE MARK / GETTYSBURG KATALYSINE WATER / NATURE’S / GREAT REMEDY / FOR / GOUT RHEUMATISM & ALL / KIDNEY & BLADDER TROUBLES - GKW” (monogram), Pennsylvania, ca. 1880 - 1895, greenish aqua half-gallon, 10 1/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

320. (Lot of 2) “THE / CELEBRATED TATE WATER / SOVEREIGN / REMEDY FOR DYSPEPSIA / LIVER AND KIDNEY TROUBLES / T. TOMLINSON. / TATE SPRING, TENN.”, Tennessee, ca. 1880 - 1895, aqua half-gallons, 10 3/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. One of the bottles has a 1/4” ‘rainbow’ type edge of base bruise.

($80.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

321.  Stoneware Handled Jug, ‘Genova Lithia Mineral Water / For Rheumatism, Kidney & / Uricaid Troubles / Cadwallader Bros, / Cleveland, Ohio / Distributors for Northern, Ohio’, Ohio, ca. 1890 - 1910, cream color jug with dark brown glaze shoulder mouth and handle, 10 1/2”h, handled. Perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($80.00  -120.00)

 

322.  “PACIFIC CONGRESS WATER SPRINGS SARATOGA” / (running deer) / “CALIFORNIA - PACIFIC CONGRESS / SPRINGS”, (M-33), California, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium blue green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Two 3/8” by 1/4” ‘rainbow’ type bruises are on the inside of the lip. A 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the outer part of the lip. Also two tiny potstones, one at a mold seam, the other on the shoulder each have a 3/16” cooling crack across them. Rare color and mold and although a number of flaws exist we consider none to be severe.

($300.00)      ($600.00 - 800.00)

 

323.  “CLARKE & CO. / NEW YORK”, (Tucker, C-9 type 3), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, yellowish olive amber pint, pontil scarred base, applied tapered collar mouth. A tiny flake is off the inside edge of the lip and an area of light external haze.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

324.  “CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING CO / HOTCHKISS’ SONS / C / NEW YORK / SARATOGA. N.Y. - CONGRESS / WATER”, (Tucker, C-16-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, grass green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($250.00  -350.00)

 

325.  (Lot of 2) “CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING CO / C / SARATOGA. N.Y. - CONGRESS / WATER”, and a “CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING CO / C / SARATOGA. N.Y. - CONGRESS / WATER”, (Tucker, C-19-A and a C-20-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green quart and blue green sloped shoulder quart, smooth bases, applied double collar mouths. The sloped shoulder quart has 1/8” and 3/16” chips off the edge of the collar. The other bottle is perfect.

($100.00)      ($150.00 - 200.00)

 

326.  (Lot of 2) “D.A. KNOWLTON / SARATOGA. / N.Y.” and a “CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING CO  / C / SARATOGA. N.Y.”, (Tucker, E-5-B & C-14-B variant 3), New York, ca. 1855 - 1875, deep olive green quart and grass green pint, smooth basses, applied double collar mouths. The Knowlton has a very faint outer edge of lip ‘rainbow’ type bruise. Both are full of seed bubbles.

($90.00)      ($200.00  -300.00)

 

327.  “GETTYSBURG KATALYSINE WATER”, (Tucker, M-18), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep emerald green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Nice example, good green color.

($120.00)      ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

328.  “GKW” (monogram), (Tucker, M-19-A), Pennsylvania, ca. 1870 - 1880, teal blue tall quart, “WHITNEY GLASSWORKS / GLASSBORO N.J.” on smooth base, applied double collar mouth. About perfect.

($40.00)      ($70.00 - 100.00)

 

329.  (Lot of 2) “OAK ORCHARD / ACID SPRINGS - ADDRESS / C.W. MERCHANT / LOCKPORT. N.Y.” and an “OAK ORCHARD / ACID SPRINGS - H.W. BOSTWICK / AGT. NO 574 / BROAD. WAY. NEW. YORK.“, (Tucker, N-24 & N-25-B type II), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, blue green and tobacco amber quarts. The tobacco amber example has “GLASS FROM F HITCHINS FACTORY / LOCKPORT. N.Y.”, on the base, smooth bases, applied double collar mouths. The tobacco amber bottle has a 1/4” potstone ‘bruise’ on the inside edge of the lip. The blue green example has a 1/4” chip/bruise on the edge of the base. Neither one appears to have been dug.

($80.00)      ($180.00  -275.00)

 

330.  (Lot of 2) “GEYSER SPRING. / SARATOGA SPRINGS. / STATE / OF / NEW YORK. - THE SARATOGA / SPOUTING SPRING”, (Tucker, S-29 A & B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, bluish aqua quart and pint, smooth bases, applied double collar mouths. The pint has some milky inside stain, otherwise both are perfect. The pint has highly whittled glass.

($100.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

331.  (Lot of 2) “HATHORN SPRING / SARATOGA N.Y.” and a “EXCELSIOR / SPRING / SARATOGA. N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-21-B and S-33-B type IV), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green and black olive amber pints, smooth bases, applied double collar mouths. The Hathorn has a 3/8” iridescent ice pick bruise on the inside of the lip. The Excelsior has a 1/8” chip off the top edge of the lip.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

332.  (Lot of 2) “HATHORN SPRING / SARATOGA. N.Y”, (Tucker, S-33-A type 1), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, blue green and dark amber quarts, smooth bases, applied double collar mouths. Both are in perfect condition. The blue green quart has highly whittle glass and numerous bubbles and glass swirls throughout.

($60.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

333.  “HIGHROCK CONGRESS SPRING /  (motif of a rock) / C&W / SARATOGA N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-37-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, grass green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A few minor shoulder scratches exist, otherwise perfect.

($120.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

334.  “MIDDLETOWN / HEALING / SPRINGS / GRAYS & CLARK / MIDDLETOWN VT”, (Tucker, V-12-1), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium ‘old’ amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. An area of light scratches is on the reverse of the embossing.

($40.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

335.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS”, (Tucker, V-16-A), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, olive magnum quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.  Perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

336.  “VERMONT SPRING / SAXE & CO. / SHELDON VT.”, (Tucker, V-21-A type I), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium emerald green magnum quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A few light scratches, otherwise in perfect condition.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

337.  “JOHN MISCH / 214-212 / NORTH FOURTH ST. / PHILADELPHIA - THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO / BE SOLD”, Graci, pg. 8), Pennsylvania, ca. 1875 - 1885, aqua, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth, original Frederick Schlich metal and wire closure. Perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

338.  “R.C. WORTENDYKE - AGENT - SUPERIOR - MINERAL WATER”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A 5/8” wide by 1/4” deep area of chipping is off the inside edge of the lip. Also a number of tiny ground imperfections.

($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

339.  “CARPENTER - & COBB - KICKERBOCKER - SARATOGA - SPRINGS”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, sapphire blue, 10-sided, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Lightly cleaned, but retains a number of very tiny imperfections. Also a 3/16” in size potstone bruise is on the inside edge of the lip. Crude glass, loaded with seed bubbles. Usually found in shades of green glass, and considered to be rare in the sapphire blue color!

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

340.  “WM. EAGLE - PREMIUM - SODA WATER - NEW YORK”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A 1/4” milky bruise is on a panel edge also a number of tiny ground imperfections.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

341.  “S. SMITH - AUBURN. N.Y. - 1856 - KR. S. - WATER”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, light cobalt blue, 10-sided, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. In ‘as found’ dug condition having a number of ground imperfections, but no cracks or chips.

($180.00)      ($350.00 - 475.00)

 

342.  “ADNA - H. -SOUTHWICK - & G.O. TUPPER / NEW YORK”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 10-sided, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A 1” wide by 1/4” deep chip/bruise is on the inside edge of the lip, also some very faint scratches. A rare bottle, but with issues.

($180.00)      ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

343.  “H. KNEBEL’S - MINERAL WATER - 458 4TH ST - N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A 1/2” by 1/4” ice pick created bruise/chip is on the inside edge of the lip. A 1/8” in size chip is off a panel edge. Good original body luster, a scarce soda.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

344.  “C.C. - KNICKER- - BOCKER - SODA - WATER”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 10-sided, 7 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A 3/4” by 3/8” chip is off the heel of the base, also a number of ground imperfections. A very rare soda, but with issues. ($120.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

345.  “J. SCHRNK - BOTTLER - CLEVELAND - THIS BOTTLE - TO BE / RETURNED”, Ohio, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium sapphire blue, 10-sided, 7 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. In ‘as found’ dug condition, having a considerable amount of ground imperfections, but no chips, bruises or cracks.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

346.  “JNO. POSTELL / MINERAL WATER / CINCINNATI - P”, Ohio, ca. 1840 - 1860, blush aqua, 12-sided with an embossed oval on each panel at the shoulder, 7 5/8”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Cleaned, but retains a number of tiny imperfections mostly in the form of scratches and chips.

($50.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

347.  “WILK & CO. - CIN. O. - THIS BOTTLE - NEVER SOLD”, Ohio, ca. 1840 - 1860, blush aqua, 12-sided with an embossed oval on each panel at the shoulder, 8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Cleaned, but retains a number of tiny imperfections. Also a 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the base at the edge.

($50.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

348.  “CHRISTIAN / SCHLEPEGRELL - SODA WATER - RETURN THIS BOTTLE - CHARLESTON S.C.”, South Carolina, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, 8 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A 5/8” wide by 1/8” deep chip is off the inside edge of the lip. Also some light ground imperfections, mostly in the form of light scratches. Not many of these around.

($200.00)      ($350.00 - 450.00)

 

349.  “SEITZ & BRO. - EASTON PA. - PREMIUM - MINERAL WATERS”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Cleaned, but retains some ground imperfections, and in manufacturing neck crazing lines.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

350.  “SEITZ & BRO. - EASTON PA. - PREMIUM - MINERAL WATERS”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 1/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. In ‘as found’ not dug condition, having only a very light external glass dullness.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

351.  “J. BOARDMAN & CO. - NEW YORK - MINERAL WATER - (five pointed star) / THIS BOTTLE / IS NEVER SOLD”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Lightly cleaned, but a number of tiny imperfections, mostly scratches, remain. Good glass whittle.

($120.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

352.  “THE - EXCELSIOR - WATER”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, light to medium teal blue, 8-sided, 7 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Lightly cleaned, but retains some very light imperfections. A scarce color for this bottle!

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

353.  “BOLEY & CO / SAC CITY, CAL” (in a slug plate) - “UNION GLASS WORKS / PHILAD.A”, California, ca. 1850 - 1860, cobalt blue, mug base, 7 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Cleaned to its original luster, but retains some tiny imperfections. ($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

354.  “SUPERIOR / MINERAL WATER / UNION GLASS WORKS”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, mug base, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Cleaned, but retains a few tiny imperfections.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

355.  “HOWELL & SMITH, / BUFFALO”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, light sapphire blue, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied ‘top hat’ mouth. Cleaned to its original luster, but retains some tiny imperfections. Plenty of seed bubbles that help mask the tiny flaws.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

356.  “UNION GLASS WORKS - PHILAD.A” (around the side of the base), Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 7 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Perfect ‘attic’ found condition. This is the rare variant that has slug plates on both the front and rear of the bottle, just above the embossing.

($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

357.  “BROWN STOUT - DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS / PHILAD.A”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, emerald green, 6 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. A 1/2” long vertical crack is in the applied mouth. Not a dug bottle and the mentioned flaw probably occurred when the lip was applied.

 ($40.00)      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

358.  “JOHN - RYAN” (large letters) / “SAVANNAH GEO. / 1859”, Georgia, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 7 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. In ‘as found’ condition having some glass dullness and light spotty wear.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

359.  “E.S. & H. HART - SUPERIOR / SODA WATER / UNION GLASS WORKS”, American, ca. 1840 - 186, teal blue, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise in near perfect condition. Nice color, and not a dug bottle.

($120.00)      ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

360.  “KOHL & BEANS / MINERAL WATERS / EASTON / PA.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, emerald green, 7 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Cleaned to its original luster and overall excellent condition.

($90.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

361.  “JAMES. A. LITTLE / ST. LOUIS - THIS BOTTLE / IS NEVER SOLD”, Missouri, ca. 1840 - 1860, light to medium emerald green, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied rounded mouth. A very faint, almost invisible, 3/16” in diameter ‘rainbow’ type bruise is on the inside edge of the lip. Overall excellent condition. A rare bottle!

($180.00)      ($50.00  - 350.00)

 

362.  (Lot of 2) “PHILADELPHIA / XXX / PORTER & ALE”, and a  “PHILADELPHIA / XXX / PORTER & ALE" / (five pointed star), Pennsylvania, ca. 1840  -1860, medium blue green and greenish aqua, 6 1/3”h, iron pontils, applied mouths. The blue green bottle has a few spots of minor wear and the greenish aqua example has a tiny edge of base flake, otherwise both are in perfect condition. The blue green bottle is full of air bubbles.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

363.  (Star) / “FAIRBANKS & BEARD / HOWARD ST / BOSTON - F & B”, Massachusetts, ca. 1855 - 1865, light to medium green, 6 5/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 3/8” by 1/8” chip is off the underside of the collar at the neck. Also a 1/8” ‘ding’ is on the base.

($80.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

364.  “J. WISE / ALLENTOWN / PA - THIS BOTTLE / BELONGS TO / JAMES WISE”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1855 - 1870, deep cobalt blue, 7 1/4”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/2” by 1/4” open surface bubble is on the edge of the letter ‘T’ in ‘TO’. Deep vivid blue color.

($50.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

365.  “GEO. KEILMANN / TAMAQUA, PA.” (in a slug plate), Pennsylvania, ca. 1855 - 1870, blue green, 7 5/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Inside and outside stain, also a 3/8” chip is off the edge of the base, and a 3/8” potstone bruise is above it. Fortunately all the flaws are away from the embossing.

($80.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

366.  “HENRY KUCH / 1878 / SAVANNAH / GEO.”, (Butler, 10-270), Georgia, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium blue green, 7 3/8”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. Some inside and outside stain some areas of wear, numerous scratches.

($40.00)      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

367.  “F.R. & J.E. / SLATINGTON / PA”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, light to medium blue green, 7”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. A 1/8” chip is off the edge of the base. In ‘attic’ found condition, but having a few scratches from usage.

($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

368.  “J.T. NUSBAUM / 1862 - N.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1870, emerald green, 6 3/4”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A flat 1/4” by 3/16” chip is off the collar at the neck. An open bubble is on the shoulder above the embossing.

($50.00)      ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

369.  “SEITZ BROS / EASTON PA. - S“, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1876, yellowish olive green, 7”h, smooth base, applied mouth, original lightning type wire closure. Pristine perfect ‘attic’ found condition.

($70.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

370.  (Lot of 3) (2) “SEITZ BROS / EASTON PA. - S“, and a “SEITZ BROS / EASTON PA. - S / THIS BOTTLE / IS NEVER SOLD“, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1890, blue green, emerald green and yellow amber, 6 3/4” to 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied mouths. The tall yellow amber bottle has a period porcelain stopper and wire closure. The taller green Seitz has overall stain, the shorter one has some scratches. The tall yellow amber bottle has light stain and some scratches.

($100.00)      ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

371.  (Lot of 3) “J. DEEGAN / POTTSVILLE / PA”, a “WALTER & BROTHER / READING, PA. - W & B”, and a “J. WISE / ALLENTOWN / PA. - THIS BOTTLE / BELONGS TO / JAMES WISE”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1855 - 1870, medium blue green, yellowish amber and cobalt blue, 7 1/8”h, smooth bases, applied double collar mouths. The Walter & Brother has a tiny chip off the collar at the neck. The James Wise has overall inside stain, a tiny base ding and some scratches. The J. Deegan has two 1/2” long chips/bruises on the inside edge of the lip and minor stain.

($100.00)      ($170.00 - 200.00)

 

 

 

 

 

372.  Figural Bust of “GROVER CLEVELAND”, (American Historical Glass, #318), American, ca. 1884 - 1892, clear frosted glass, 9 3/4”h, pontil scarred base, tooled lip. A tiny flake is off a shoulder. Also some dried contents are in the base. In 1884 Cleveland was successful in becoming our 22nd President. In 1888, seeking a second term he was defeated by Benjamin Harrison. In 1892 he again ran for President, this time successfully becoming our 24th President and being the only President to serve two nonconsecutive terms. ($50.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

373.  Figural Life Boat Bottle, French, ca. 1910, frosted clear glass, 6 1/4”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip, original gold trim and the name ‘Pluviose’. Perfect condition, but some of the gold paint is missing. The Pluviose was a French submarine that ran aground and sunk in Calais, March 26th, 1910. To commemorate the event a limited number of this bottle were produced by the Verreries & Cristalleries Legras company in Paris. It reportedly contained Calvados, an alcoholic drink from the Calvados area of France. Very rare, especially when found with most of the original paint.

($250.00)      ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

374.  ‘Monument with Clock Face’ on the front, ‘Sitting Woman with Dog’ closure, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, opaque milk glass, 10” total height, “DEPOSE” on pontil scarred base, the monument has a tooled lip, the sitting woman closure lip is ground. The monument is perfect, the woman closure has a 3/8” wide by 1/8” deep rim chip. Also a 1” long crack travels from the ground lip up to the woman’s dog.

($40.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

375.  Figural ‘Jesus’ Candy Jar, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, satin finish opaque milk glass, 16 1/2”h, “SACRE CLEUR DE JESUS” is on the side at the base, “BON BONS / JOHN / TAVERNIER / ES MEILLEURS” is on the reverse, ground lip, original tin closure. The bottle appears to be in perfect condition, but the tin closure is stuck. ($100.000($275.00 - 375.00)

 

376.  Joan of Arc Figural Bottle, “JEANNE D’ARC” (on the side of the base), “BON BONS / JOHN TAVERNIER” (is on the shield), (Ferson, #523), French, ca. 1890 - 1910, satin finish milk glass, 16 1/2”h, “DEPOSE” on smooth base, ground lip, correct opaque blown glass stopper. Nice example, one of a number of figural Bon Bon jars made for the John Tavernier candy company. Ex. Betty Kaye Collection.

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

377.  Figural Bottle of a Monk Holding a Child, “BON BON / JOHN / TAUERVIER” (on the reverse), French, ca. 1886 - 1910, clear glass, 16”h, sheared and ground base, original tin base covering, 80% original paint. The bottle is in perfect condition.

($40.00)      ($140.00  -180.00)

 

378.  Figural French Lady Bottle, “ALSACE D.D. DEPOSE D.D.” (around the side of the base), (Ferson, #458), French, ca. 1880 - 1900, opaque milk glass, 13”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

379.  Figural ‘Soccer Player’, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass, 12 3/4h, “DEPOSE” on smooth base, ground lip, 95% original multicolored paint. Perfect condition, but missing the closure.

($20.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

380.  Figural Smiling Woman in Victorian Dress, French or American, ca. 1890 - 1910, frosted clear glass, 10 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled lip. A pinhead in size flake is off the top of the lip. 

($30.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

381.  Polar Bear and Lamp Post Bottle, (Ferson #435), French, ca. 1880 -1900, satin finish milk glass, 11 1/4”h, “DEPOSE” on smooth base, tooled lip. A 1/4” by 1/8” opening is on the bear’s face just above the eye could be filled in.

($40.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

382.  Figural Bear Bottle, (Ferson, #432), possibly European, ca. 1885 - 1900, opaque milk glass, 11 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition. Usually found in black or deep olive green glass. ($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

383.  Figural bottle with ‘Four Woman’, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass, 11”h, “DEPOSE” on pontil scarred base, tooled lip, the woman have 95% of the original brown paint. Perfect condition. ($40.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

384.  Christopher Columbus Monument Bottle, European, ca 20th Century, opaque milk glass, 18” (total height), "DESTILER MANRESA SELTART TORRAS” on smooth base, ABM lip, original Columbus standing on a Crown closure. Perfect condition.

($90.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

385.  Figural of a Child Supporting a Clock, (Ferson, #527), French, ca. 1890 - 1910, milk glass encased in a amber glass, 13 1/4”h, smooth base, tool scalloped lip. Perfect condition.

($150.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

386.  Boy Sitting on a Barrel Holding a Bottle, German, ca. 1890 - 1915, black amethyst, 9”h, “DEPONIRT” on side of the barrel at the base, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition, a rare figural!

($150.00)      ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

387.  Figural ‘Standing Soldier with Sward’, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, pale aqua glass, 12”h, “DEPOSE” on a smooth base, ground lip, original helmet type closure. The bottle and closure are perfect. ($20.00)      ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

388.  Three Upper Torso Figural Bottle, probably French, ca. 1890 - 1910, opaque milk glass encased in clear glass, 13 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition.

($120.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

389.  (Lot of 2) Figural Bottles, ‘Two Men on a Sailing Vessel’ and a ‘Monkey / CHEST / NUTS” - a Corset Wasted Woman’s Derriere, French and American, ca. 1890 - 1910, light turquoise blue and clear glass, 5 1/2” and 11 5/8”h, the turquoise bottle has “DEPOSE” on the base, tooled and ground lips. The Chestnuts embossed whiskey nip has some light milky stain and an intentional opening in the original screw on cap.

($100.00)      ($180.00  -250.00)

 

390.  (Lot of 3) Figural Bottles, an 'Ear of Corn', a 'Turkey', and a “Life Preserver", American, ca. 1890 - 1910, the Turkey and Life Preserver and pottery, the Ear of Corn is clear glass, 6 1/2” and 6 1/2” in length, the Ear of Corn has a ground lip, all three have 85% or better of their original multicolored paint. The Life Preserver has the original red painted cork closure. The Ear of Corn is missing the screw on cap, and the Life Preserver has a few scratches and some loss of glaze on the letters ‘IF’.

($90.00)      ($150.00  -250.00)

 

391.  (Lot of 2) Pillar Type Bottles, French, ca. 1885 - 1920, turquoise blue and clear glass, the turquoise blue bottle is partially frosted, 13 3/8”h, pontil scarred bases, tooled mouths, each has “DEPOSE” on the top of a sphere, identical fancy bases have three spheres with tapered columns. The turquoise blue bottle has some milky inside stain otherwise both are perfect.

($30.00)      ($120.00  -160.00)

 

392.  (Lot of 3) Figural Bottles, a ‘Windmill’, a ‘Peacock’, and a ‘Bust of a Man inside a Wreath’, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass, 10 1/2” to 13 3/4”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled lips. The Lighthouse bottle has “DEPOSE” on the front. All are in perfect condition. Could be a few rare ones!

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

393.  (Lot of 3) Bon Bon Jars, two Men in Clowns Closing and a Sitting Pig, probably French, ca. 1885 - 1910, pale green and clear glass, 7 1/4” to 10 5/8”h, rough shared and ground lips, both the Clown bottles have the original tin base closures. The pig has "DEPOSE" on his butt. All are in perfect condition. 

($70.00)      ($180.00  -275.00)

 

394.  (Lot of 5) Figural Bottles, a ‘Sitting Poodle’, a ‘Hand Holding a Mirror’, a ‘Soldier and Clown’ bottle, a ‘Three Dolphin’ bottle, and a ‘Sea Serpent’ bottle, French, ca. 190 - 1915, all are of clear glass, the Three Dolphin bottle is frosted, 10 1/4” to 14 3/8”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, all are embossed, “DEPOSE”, and have tooled lips. The Hand Holding a Mirror has some spotty milky inside stain and mirror separation.

($100.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

395.  (Lot of 5) Figural Bottles, a ‘Sitting Poodle’, a ‘Sphinx’, a “CLEOPATRA” embossed bottle, a ‘Soldier and Clown’ and a ‘Girl Sitting on a Basket’, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, frosted clear glass, 6 1/2” to 8 1/4”h, several have “DEPOSE” on the base, pontil scarred bases, tooled lips, the Sitting Poodle has some of the original brown paint. The Sitting Girl bottle has a milky internal bubble at her shoulder several others have light inside stain. A few rare bottles in this lot.

($100.00)      ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

396.  (Lot of 5) Figural Bottles, a 'Dagger', a 'Rabbit with Basket', a 'Pipe', a 'Pistol' “PATENT PENDING” (on the barrel) and a 'Boy Sitting on a Chamber Pot', “TOMMY DODD” (on the side at the base), "C.F KNAPP, PHILA” (on the base), American, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass, 4 5/9”8 5/8”h, smooth bases, tooled, ABM and ground lips, the pistol has 80% of its original silver and black paint. The pipe has the original amber glass mouth piece. All are in perfect condition, but the dagger is missing the screw on cap. ($90.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

397.  (Lot of 6) Figural Hand Holding a Bottle, European, ca. 1880 - 1915, (3) are clear glass, (3) are clear glass with frosted hand, 7 1/4” to 11 3/4”h, five have pontiled scarred or polished pontil basses, all have tooled lips, one has the original ground glass stopper. One of the frosted bottles has a 3/8” potstone crack. Another has a tiny rainbow ‘ding’ on the side at the base.

($40.00)      ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

398.  (Lot of 6) Figural Bottles, Standing ‘Napoleon’, a Bust of “BEECHER - PAT. JUNE / 1874”, a ‘Crying Baby’, a ‘Standing Girl’, a ‘Sitting Crossed Leg Man’ “BY JINGO - TRADE MARK”, and a ‘Standing Boy', “C.F KNAPP / PATENT APPLIED FOR” is on the base, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass, 5 1/4” to 7 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. All are in perfect condition.

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

 399. (Lot of 5) Figural Bottles, ‘Indian Princess’, a ‘Woman with Hand Warmer’, a ‘Bearded Man with a Bottle’, a, ‘Man Leaning on a Stump’ and a ‘Court Jester’, American, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass, 6 1/2” to 8”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled lips. The Court Jester has a tiny edge of base chip. The Court Jester and Woman with Hand Warmer have some light milky inside stain. A few scarce bottles in this lot. 

($80.00)      ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

400.  (Lot of 5) Figural Bottles, (2) ‘Puss in Boot’ bottles, a ‘Hand Holding a Mirror’, a ‘Boy on a Tricycle’ and a “SPARK / PLUG” embossed bottle, American, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass, 3 3/4” to 5”h, smooth bases, tooled and ground lips. One of the Puss in Boot has a flat 3/8” by 1/8” top of lip chip. The Hand Holding a Mirror has a 3/16” outer edge of lip chip. The Boy of a Tricycle has a 3/4” crack in the rear tire.

($50.00)      ($140.00 - 180.00)

 




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